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Kudos for Fayose as he signs anti-grazing bill

There is a round of applause for the governor of Ekiti, Ayodele Fayose, as he signed into law the anti-grazing bill today (Monday, August 29, 2016).

The law prohibits overrunning of farms by providing fields in all local government areas reserved for grazing from dawn to dusk. It also outlaws carrying of any weapon by herdsmen.
What’s more, it imposes fine on herdsmen who overrun farms.
Here are the cheers from compatriots …

Isiwekpeni Majasty
God bless ekiti state, God bless fayose,God bless Christians, God bless southern Nigerian,God bless Nigerians amen.

Pretty Chy Kings
That’s why I love this man” Thumps up” Fayose enemies in the government can not harm you,best among Governors

Ohwofachor Edward Edirin
Fayose, for this very bold step you have taken, you have earned the applaud and admiration of not just the people of ekiti but the large number of Nigerians who are against the barbaric acts of these blood taisty terrorists under the guise of herdsmen

Dee Anayo
Fayose is the real definition of an Executive Governor who is out to protect his people against the evil called Fulani herdsmen.
Unlike the Enugu state governor who is a chicken that avoids vultures to feast on her chicks

Sunkanmi Adesina
This is real governance. As much as I don’t like his style, this is the real definition of governing the way it should be. 100 over 100 for Fayose here. You don’t need NASS or presidential fiat to do meaningful things for your people. Again, 100% for the people’s governor here.

Ernest Amaize
That’s wonderful. Fayose has done the best thing ever since he became gov.

Kay Moise
Now you see why I love this man. The number one responsibility of a governor is to protect the people of the state.

Tony Tallman
People of Nigeria wakeup the time is now the hour has come FAYOSE 4 PRESIDENT 2019

Aramide Oyedeji-Ojewole
I am proud of my governor, his excellency Asiwaju Bashorun Oshokomole Dr Peter d rock Ayodele Fayoseeeeeee. Architect of modern Ekiti and the one and only ore mekunnu of our time. Kudos to u 4 that bold step.

Joe Eharisi Ayomah
We all can gather faggot to make a burn fire but it’s only one person that can successfully strike the match to lit it.
All Governors are complaining of one herdsmen’s wahala or the other.
Governor Fayose has set the ball rolling. Let all governors enact laws to protect their citizens .After all that’s the primary reason for them aspiring to their over protected seat.
If they can make laws that protect their citizens.Creating the enabling environment for the citizens to operate and provide sustenance for themselves will be a mountain conquered, instead of the beggarly attitude of ever waiting on a blind and deaf FG .

Jacob Ngerebo
Thank you Gov Fayose. Instead of talking on radio and television, and on pages of newspapers, every governor should make laws to protect the citizens from this evil army from the pit of hell. This is called federalism. I know enforcement of this law will be difficult since the police is controlled and directed in Abuja. But small small we go reach there.

Dauda Hussaini Paiko
If Governor Ayo Fayose can implement bill that suit the current situation and be applaud for that i see no reason why other Governors cannot implement bills that could safeguard their people. Mallam Nasir el Rufa’i was criticized for bringing up religious bill. Forgetting that even prior to the emergence of deadly BH Kaduna State has suffered religious instability. Well i hope we could someday see beyond region, religion, or tribal. As for Ekiti State this should improve stability and it is a welcome development.

Michael Bassey
Since i was borne i av not seen a Yoruba man that so courageous, fearless n anointed like Ayo alias osokomole. i think others governors will take clue of this

Ejimogu Innocent
I will continue to love him. No apology to anyone.



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