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Ejura Sekyedumase: Soldiers to flush out Fulani herds next week – MCE

The Ejua Sekyedumase Municiapal Chief Executive, Mohammed Salisu Bamba has vowed to flush out Fulani herdsmen who have stormed the area with their cattle destroying farm produce.

According to him, beginning Tuesday, a team of military officers will commence an onslaught on the Fulani herdsmen who annually pitch camp in the area with their large herd of cattle to graze.

“By next week Tuesday or Wednesday we’ll have soldiers coming here to drive out the Fulani herdsmen. The Planting for Foods and jobs programme initiated by the government will suffer if this Fulani menace is not stopped immediately. A lot of money has pumped into the Planting for Food and Jobs programme, a large quantity of fertilizers have supplied to farmers to improve on their yields. If we allow these Fulani herdsmen to destroy peoples farms with their cattle then we would have done ourselves a great disservice.”

Over the years farmer in Ejura Sekyedumase have suffered the brunt of the activities of Fulani herdsmen whose conduct result in the destruction of acres of cultivated crops, an alarming situation which got some farmers in 2015 allegedly arming themselves to resist the practice.

Hon. Mohammed Salisu Bamba made the disclosure when Staff of Ejura Sekyedumase based Naagyei FM paid a courtesy call on him at his office on Thursday to officially inform him about the station which is the ‘new kid’ on the block.

The Programmes Manager of the station, Amo Kofi Henry thanked the MCE for the warm reception and promised to be balance in their operations to help foster unity and also contribute their quota towards development of Ejura municipality.

The young radio station is poised to educate, entertain and inform its listeners with relevant and compelling contents carefully designed to impact positively on them.


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