Anxiety in Kwara over relocation of Fulani herders
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Nigeria, Feb. 4 -- The recent migration of Fulani people and cattle herders from neighbouring South-west states into Kwara is causing anxiety in the southern district of the state.
However, the state government has urged the people not to panic but to ensure they live in harmony with the new settlers.
The new arrivals are believed to have moved northward into Kwara following their expulsion from some South-west states.
PREMIUM TIMES reported how a Yoruba nationalist, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, gave Fulani settlers seven days to leave the Ibarapa area of Oyo State.
Mr Adeyemo then led some youth to Igangan in the area to enforce his quit notice, during which they damaged properties, including the house of the Seriki Fulani, Sal...
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