We will prosecute violators of ranching law – Gov Ortom warns
The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has warned that the State will prosecute violators of its ranching law. Ortom in a statement by his Chief Press
He reiterated that no individual or group of persons is above the law and whoever wants to do livestock business in Benue State should remember that there is a law in place which regulates animal husbandry.”It is also pertinent to point out that since the 1st of November 2017 when enforcement of the Open Grazing Prohibition and Ranches Establishments Law commenced, no cattle owner or herder has applied for land lease to operate a ranch. This is a clear indication that the pastoralists are bent on resisting enforcement of the law.
Ortom maintained that he will support security agencies to guarantee peace in all parts of the State.
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