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Finally, Herdsmen Are Leaving Ondo State, Kudos To Governor Akeredolu’s (Details below)



The Fulani herdsmen have become a threat to their host communities. They have been reported to be behind the rapping, kidnapping, and killing of many Yorubas across the southwest region.

The crime committed by those killer herdsmen led to the issuing of a quit notice order to them by the Ondo State Governor. At first, it seems the order that all the unregistered Fulani herdsmen occupying the state reserve forest must leave seems to be useless because of how adamant those herdsmen could be, but now, they are leaving the sunshine state. Thanks to South West Security Network (AMOTEKUN) Ondo State chapter.

The Commander of the state Amotekun Corps, Chief Adetunji Adley, confirmed that herdsmen that couldn’ t register according to the state instructions have started leaving the state.

He said, ” Some of them have opted to leave the state because they couldn’ t meet with our terms and conditions.

“They came through the Chairman of Miyatti Allah in the state. Some opted to go to Osun, Edo, and Kogi States.

“So our men escorted to the boundaries of those states. We have to monitor their movements out of the state so that they would not destroy farms on their way out.

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“About 37 herders have been arrested with about 5, 000 cows. The majority of the herders have been coming to us through their chairman and the Special Adviser to the Governor on Hausa Matters.

“We will hand over the culprits to the chairman to lead them out and anybody caught again after this would be arrested and prosecuted. ”

The unregistered herdsmen who have now started to leave Ondo State could be said to be the evils who committed crimes across the state by hiding in the reserve forest. Also, the Governor, Odunayo Akeredolu should be commended for his unrelenting efforts to secure the lives and properties of the law- abiding citizens of the state.