- Facebook user, George Onmonya Daniel, shares photos of wandering herdsmen and cattle on major streets of the Plateau state capital, Jos
- Some Nigerians describe the cattle invasion as a dangerous trend
Some Nigerians have expressed anger over the wandering of herdsmen and their cattle on major streets in parts of the country.
This follows the emergence of photos which showed wandering herdsmen and cattle on streets of the Plateau state capital, Jos.
The photos were posted on Facebook by a user, George Onmonya Daniel, on Monday, September 04.
In the post, George said he was unsure if the herdsmen were of Fulani or Berom descent, but noted that the cattle invasion was taking place in Rayfield, Jos.
“I don't know if these are Fulani herdsmen or Berom herdsmen, but this is Rayfield Jos. Inside town o,” he said.
His post quickly generated reactions from some Nigerians who described the cattle invasion as a dangerous trend.
Others however seized the opportunity to make fun over the issue.
Read some reactions below:
See some pictures shared by George below:
Meanwhile, the national coordinator of the Miyatti Allah Cattle Breeders Association (MACBAN), Alhaji Garus Gololo, has called on the Nigerian government to handle the issue of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu with utmost care.
He was reacting to the recent moves by the FG to rearrest the IPOB leader for breaching bail conditions.
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