Emir Of Argungu To Head Fulani/Farmers Reconciliation Committee

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 16th, 2014

Emir of Argungu, Alhaji Mohammed Ismaila Mera, is to head the committee set up in an effort to end the crisis between Fulani herders and farmers across the country.


Chairman of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN),  Alhaji Mohammad Kiruwa and the Sarkin Fulanin Zuru, made the disclosure during a condolence visit to the families of former Comptroller, Federal Operations Unit (FOU) zone B of the Nigerian Customs Service, Alh Hussaini Kangiwa, at their family residence Friday in Birnin Kebbi.


“The emir is the only person who would use his wisdom and position to assist us to end the Fulani/Farmers crisis in Nigeria,” Kiruwa said, and described the emir “as a leader who has all potentials and talents to address the issue and bring peace to the communities that were involved in the crisis in some parts of the country.”


Responding, the emir thanked the chairman and his entire members for their visit and assured them of his blessings and support to ensure that the issue was resolved.

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