The activities of Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria have elicited a wide range of comments on social media. Many Nigerian politicians have been arguing how to assist Fulani herders in avoiding conflicts with civilians.
Should the Buhari government, on the other hand, pay attention to Sheikh Gumi’ s statement about the creation of a ministry for herders?
Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has recently proposed a herders’ ministry in Nigeria.
Gumi, who is known for his encounters with Northern bandits, believes the Federal Government should establish a Ministry of Nomadic Affairs.
He stated that the ministry would address the difficulties that ranchers face.
Gumi also chastised individuals who criticized his bandit negotiations in a Facebook post on Friday.
Sheikh Gumi is a competent Islamic cleric, and I believe the Buhari administration should take his recommendations on the creation of a ministry for herders.
Sheikh Gumi has aided Nigerians in a variety of ways, and his suggestion that the government creates a ministry for herders should be considered by the Buhari administration for the welfare of all Nigerians.
Lauretta Onochie thanks Ndigbo for hosting and honoring President Okechukwu Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari reportedly paid a visit to Imo State yesterday to commission several projects spearheaded by the state’ s governor, Hope Uzodimma. Several people have reacted differently to President Muhammadu Buhari’ s rumored visit to Imo State.
Based on that note, Lauretta Onochie, a presidential adviser, decided to act. He congratulated Ndigbo, the governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma, and the people of Imo State for hosting and honoring President Buhari, according to a post she posted on her Facebook page.
She went on to call President Buhari ” Okechukwu, ” an Igbo name. She concluded her message by emphasizing how proud they are of the Igbos.
Lauretta Onochie has a humorous one for you. As a result, President Muhammadu Buhari now has an Igbo name. That is, indeed, a good and great name. I am confident that President Buhari will approve of the name.