Herdsmen: Masari Disagrees With Buhari, Says Roaming About With Cows Is Un-Islamic

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Katsina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari, has kicked against the stance of President Muhammadu Buhari on the ban on open grazing in Nigeria.

Masari in an interview with newsmen in the state on Tuesday, described the practice which causes herdsmen to move from place to place as “un-Islamic.”

The governor rather advocated for the provision of the needed infrastructure that is causing the herders to keep junketeering about.

He said, ‘’The herders’ movement is essentially in search of two things: water and fodder. If we can provide these two items why should they move?

‘’This roaming about, is un-Islamic and is not the best. It is part of the problem we are having today. I don’t support that we should continue with the open grazing.’’ He said

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