Army, Gombe gov differ on open grazing in southern Nigeria | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
In his remarks at the five-day 3 Division Operations Planning Cadre at the Gombe International Hotels, the governor condemned the position of his southern counterparts on the controversial issue of open grazing.According to him, the governors should rather think of providing settlement or colonies for the cattle-rearers, instead of total ban on their mode of operation.
Every Nigerian has a fundamental right to do business without intimidation or threat, he reasoned, arguing that if the governors and those who share same sentiment could approve spaces for other business interests, “cattle-rearers too deserve same sentiment.”
He said: “If you say no to open grazing, you should then provide colonies for them. You provide spaces for other business interests, but cattle-rearers. You must provide necessary and conducive environment for these people; they are Nigerians too,” he stressed. headtopics.com
Yahaya urged the organisers and participants to include the burning issue that polarised the country in their training.However, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) 3 Division, who is also the Commander of Operation Safe Haven (OPSH), Maj-Gen. Ibrahim Ali, told newsmen: “Cattle-rearing is a national issue. I cannot comment for now. My concern is to get my men and officers trained on what will improve their professional status and further develop the country.”
According to him, the participants are to be trained on ‘The Art of Planning Operations’.The GOC disclosed that 50 security personnel across all agencies, including the army, police and the Department of State Services (DSS) would benefit from the five-day training.
The forum would afford all participants, mainly the junior and middle officers, opportunity of sharing ideas and experiences that would enhance their performance.He added: “After the training, many of them will be deployed and use their experience here to advance better professional conduct and display.”Read more: The Guardian Nigeria »
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Entitlement mentality. This shows insight into how these folks think and reason. Sad. Government doesn’t provide any space for people to do business The people rent shops and pay rent , taxes for their business Herdsmen should rent lands , pay rent and tax like everyone because it’s a private business and not contributing to the GDP
These guys are too backward and their reasoning is sickening. God forgive us if we have offended you. How did we find ourselves in the same space with such people? Every Nigerian has a fundamental right to do business without intimidation or threat, he reasoned, arguing that if the governors and those who share same sentiment could approve spaces for other business interests, “cattle-rearers too deserve same sentiment.” Me: Rent ur Land
Ookla rates Airtel fastest broadband in Nigeria | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsAirtel Nigeria has been rated the fastest network in the telecoms broadband category. Ookla, a global leader in mobile and broadband network intelligence, testing applications and technology, made this rating public recently. It does not matter! It is better to be patient and grow your own, than pay a foreign company! Learn from the chinese, instead of jealousy and fear!
Adamawa records four news cases of polio | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe Adamawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (APHDA) has said four polio cases have been recorded in the state. While announcing the outbreak, yesterday, to mark the 2021 World Polio Day... No good news as always coming up there. PeeGeeMax how true is this? What I hope this is fake news because efforts 😴
UK's Johnson voices concern COP26 'might go wrong' | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said he was 'very worried' that the 12-day COP26 climate summit he will host in Glasgow from later this week 'might go wrong'.
PDP national convention holds Oct. 30, says Ologbondiyan | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe Party’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr Kola Ologbondiyan, briefing journalists in Abuja, said arraignments for the convention were ongoing.
Five abducted commuters in Ekiti regain freedom- Police | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe Nigeria Police, Ekiti Command, on Monday said it had rescued five commuters abducted by suspected bandits on Ayedun-Ilasa-Ayebode Road in Ikole Local Government area of the state.
Ganduje receives Fiscal Responsibility Commission’s good governance award | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC) has given Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State an Award of Excellence for his prudent management of public resources, accountability, transparency and good governance. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 the dollar stuffing gov Nigeria isn't a real place