These Herdsmen Don’t Even Like That They Have To Walk Away From Their Wives And Kids—According to Natasha Akpoti

Sen. Natasha Akpoti:"Godswill Akpabio Always Says To Me, We Are All Men Here, Speak Like A Man"Senator Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan voiced her opinions on the anti-open grazing law amid the debate surrounding it. According to her, these Fulani herdsmen don’t even enjoy having to spend months apart from their spouses and kids in order to feed these cows. She went on to say that the justification these herders give for walking their cows along the street is that they are attached to and love them, and they cannot bear to see them suffer from starvation. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

Speaking further in an interview with Channels Television, she stated that Fulani herders argue that they love their cows and so they watch them feed on one’s farm, and this is very wrong. She further stated that she is hoping that the federal government can look into herding as an economic concern and make provisions for these herders, just like they provided for farmers.

According to her, “Most of these herders arguments are that they love their cows, they are connected to them, and they can’t watch their cows starve; it’s all about feeding. This Fulani herdsmen don’t even like the fact that they have to walk away from their wives and children for months notching these cows, and that actually causes conflicts because when they stumble upon these farms, they then watch their cows eat, and that’s of course very wrong. I’m asking the federal government if we can start looking at herding as an economic concern.”READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>