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IPOB Vows To Proceed With April Date For Fulani Cattle Ban In The Southeast




The proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has vowed that there is no going back on the plans to ban Fulani cows in the southeast from April 27, 2022.

The group in a statement on Monday by its spokesperson, Emma Powerful stated that anyone in Biafra land who wants to engage in cattle rearing business as from April 27 must do so in ranches.

It noted that the action to ban the animals which was announced in January 2022, is an enforcement of the law by the governors of the southeast which banned the open rearing of animals in the region after their meeting in July 2021.

The statement added that such ranches and their animals must be properly marked for easy identification.

According to the powerful, any cattle found wandering on the street after the ban takes effect would be seen as contraband and both the animal and its owner(s) would face the consequence.

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The IPOB spokesperson added in the statement that the move is not targeted at any particular tribe or region but is aimed at curbing the incessant killing of innocent people in the southeast states by criminals pretending to be herdsmen.

The statement reads, “We the global movement and family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the command and leadership of our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, wish to make the following clarifications concerning the ban on the movement of Fulani cows which will take effect from the April 27, 2022.

“From April 27, 2022, we shall commence the enforcement of the ban on open grazing which has since been pronounced by South-East Governors and passed into law by many states in Biafraland but the Nigerian security agencies have failed to enforce them. Thus, from the said date, no cows should be seen roaming the streets of Biafraland.

“From April 27, 2022, anybody interested in cow business anywhere in Biafraland, must have a ranch and properly mark the cows. Cows seen outside ranches with effect from this date shall be treated as contraband products. Owners of such cows should blame themselves.

“Owners of cows and ranches should properly mark them with their ranch name or symbol for easy identification.

“The above measures have become necessary to stop the senseless and wanton killings in our land by Fulani jihadists masquerading as herdsmen. We want to stop the incessant invasion of our communities and raping of our mothers and sisters by Fulani herdsmen. Enough is enough!

“Our action is not targeted against any tribe. We are only taking this measure as a necessity for self-preservation.

“Igbo people alone in Biafraland spent more than N3 trillion every year on cows. We, therefore, want to stop using our money to finance the genocidal attacks on our people by Fulani herdsmen. Let them keep their cows so that we may have our lives.

“We want our people to breed native cows on our land and also put them in a ranch. We won’t tolerate the wandering of cattle again in our land.”

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