Herdsmen Have Spilled 36,000 Litres Of Nigerian Blood – Igbo In Canada

A socio-cultural and political organization, the Igbo Canadian Community Association, ICCA/Umunna, has accused rampaging herdsmen of spilling 36,000 litres of blood in Nigeria, asserting that, “nobody would want to entertain a people who slaughter and kill the way the Fulani herdsmen have exhibited within the last three years”.

It stated this while commending the decision by the South-East governors to reject the proposed establishment of cattle ranches within the region by the Federal Government, adding that it was courageous for them to announce that no state in the region will donate any land for the federal government’s proposed establishment of cattle ranches in the zone.

In a statement issued Thursday in Toronto, Canada by the President, Chief Ugochukwu Okoro, through the Public Relations Officer, Ahaoma Kanu, the pressure group said, “the unanimous action and consolidated decision taken by the leaders of Ndigbo to stand shoulder to shoulder in one voice to reject the unconstitutional, insensitive and chronically ill-intended desire of the Federal Government to establish cattle ranches for the sole purpose of cattle grazing for the Fulani herdsmen is a stitch in time that will save thousands of lives from imminent deaths, catastrophic pain and bloodshed which has become the trademark of the bandits the government is giving such undeserved preference.”

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