BREAKING NEWS: Hardship: Avoid public protest – Fulani group warns members

Hardship: Avoid public protest – Fulani group warns members

: Avoid public protest – Fulani group warns members

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The Kulen Allah Cattle Rearers Association of (KACRAN) has urged its members nationwide to refrain from engaging in any form of violence; instead, they should foster peace and unity within the country.

Khalil Muhammad Bello, National President of KACRAN, made the plea in a statement available to newsmen in Damaturu on Monday.

According to him, “KACRAN, as an organisation, is committed to harmony and progress. It strongly condemns any acts of vandalism and lawlessness. Such behaviour poses a threat to the nation's fragile security and contradicts our values as a civilised society.”

He acknowledged that Nigeria is facing challenging times, particularly , which is affecting different regions. He said, “It is during such critical times that the solidarity of all , irrespective of ethnic or religious backgrounds, is paramount. We must unite to prevent any actions that could further destabilize our nation.”

The Association, through the National President, urged the of Nigeria to increase funding for the North-East Development Commission (NEDC) to enable the intervention agency to discharge its mandate efficiently.

“We also acknowledge the exceptional leadership of His Excellency, Borno State Governor Professor Babagana Umara Zulum. Governor Zulum's initiative of establishing a committee to foster peace between cattle rearers and farmers in the state is laudable.

“The committee's mandate to address the root causes of conflicts and to promote longstanding harmony in Borno State is a testament to his exemplary governance,” he said.

KACRAN, therefore, called on other state governors to emulate Governor Zulum's proactive approach, stating that his transformative projects in Borno State serve as a model for leadership not only in Nigeria but globally.

“KACRAN reaffirms its unwavering commitment to assisting the federal, state, and local governments in seeking lasting solutions to Nigeria's security challenges.

“We call upon our members to extend their full support and cooperation to achieve our collective goals of peace, unity, and development,” he appealed.

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