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Inter-agency Collaboration Panacea To Farmers-Herders Disaster – Varsity Don

Lack of collaboration between Nigerian safety companies have been recognized as the foremost downside hindering the tackling of safety challenges bedeviling the nation.

A lecturer within the Division of Theatre Arts, Benue State College Makurdi, Dr Shadrach Ukuma made this identified through the assessment of a e book title; “Proliferation of Small Arms and Gentle Weapons Consider Herders-Farmer Battle in Benue and Nasarawa States,” held in Otukpo native authorities space of Benue State.

The college don who counseled the authors of the e book; Elijah Ikpanor and Timothy Tor, additionally referred to as on authorities in any respect ranges to make sure that penalty for these caught with these arms and people discovered buying and selling in arms are commiserate with the offence.

Ukuma who lamented over the way in which safety personnel within the nation are dropping their arms to criminals, mentioned there’s each must verify the development.

“I wish to say that permit there be inter company collaboration among the many safety companies, as a result of doing this may assist them to at all times nib within the bud any safety risk,” he added.

He nevertheless counseled the Catholic Diocese of Makurdi for the proactive steps taken to carry the farmers and herders on a spherical desk to dialogue on methods that can carry everlasting resolution to the disaster.

The dissemination programme which is coordinated by the Basis for Justice, Improvement and Peace (FJDP) is claimed to be geared toward dousing pressure between farmers and herders.

In a welcome tackle, the state coordinator, FJDP Rev. Fr Remigius Ihyula who was represented by Valentine Kwaghchimin counseled the companions for bringing herders and farmers of Benue and Nasarawa on a spherical desk to trend out methods that can carry lasting peaceable coexistence.

 

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