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Wednesday, July 03, 2019

President Buhari Reportedly Suspends RUGA Settlement Scheme

 Following public outcry against the RUGA Settlement Projects, President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly suspended the idea pending further notice 48 hours to the planned mass action...






RUGA settlement scheme, according to presidency, was an idea designed to stem the tide of herdsmen/farmers clashes across the country.


But many states affected and members of the public had misconstrued it as another form of the proposed cattle colony by the federal government.

Some members of the public and civil society groups had also planned mass action in Abuja against the scheme, on Friday, 5th July, 2019.

But a source close to the presidency hinted newsmen on Wednesday, that President Buhari may have resolved to suspend the scheme till further consultations.


The source said, after consultations with stakeholders, Buhari has resolved to put away the idea for a thorough review and well-accepted approach to the menace constituted to national security by the constant clashes between herdsmen and farmers.

According to the source, the announcement would be made any moment from now with detailed explanations, going forward.
from dailypost

25 comments:

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    1. Another good news wow. Nigerian youths are truly the leaders of tomorrow.this is a new dawn for Nigeria.i pray for more good news

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  2. Who else is noticing what is happening? Nigerians are angry and less tolerant of nonsense. I love this! We will soon get to the point that our leaders will be so scared that they will begin to sit up.

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    1. Exactly, so many things happened in the past one week that shows this from Pastor Krest to Senator sex toy and now RUGA.

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    2. True talk

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    3. Absolutely true!!!!

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  3. We are watching, I don't know hat Buhari is doing concerning power supply in this country. When he came at first things look good but now is terrible.

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  4. You guys watch and see how they will go behind and instigate chaos and cause mayhem through the horsemen because we didn't conform to their bidding.

    Do not be so quick to rejoice.

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    1. Herdsmen **

      O chim, auto correct na wetin sef 😒

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    2. Don't be such a pessimist biko

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  5. It should be cancelled entirely. Ebonyi state governor is nothing but an apology to the igbos. Can't deal biko.

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  6. Clueless president, will he allow piggery farm in their own Northern States. Ok we want to expand our own piggery farms too, so we need expansion to the Northern parts of the country too.

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    1. Haba! Dem nor dey fit satisfy una?

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    2. He thought it will be a solution to Farmers/Herdsman clash.I think he is only tying to help and he didn't even force it on all states, he said only states that are interested.

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  7. Na Dem. Igbos are into importation let Buhari build warehouse for them to be stocking their goods for free
    Nonsense

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    1. Tribalism is tearing this country apart! You had to chip that in, what’s the point

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  8. YES OH. WE NEED TO PROMOTE & EXTEND THE PIG FARMING INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA & PORK MEAT PRODUCTION SITES ALL OVER THE COUNTRY!!!

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    1. Yeah!!! I love Pork chops. I love Bacon.

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    2. Yeah!!! I love Pork chops. I love Bacon.

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  9. Which one is till further notice? He shd perish that plan entirely.

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  10. This is a welcome development,we say 'NO' to RUGA

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  11. Right step in the right direction.

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  12. I really love this .Nigerians are not ready to stomach nonsense any more. This is time for us to stand for our rights.

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  13. CANCEL RUGA!
    All you leaders rearing cattle in neighbouring African countries cannot steal our land for your private business.

    Private business should be handled by their private owners.
    How could the president of Nigeria give away the land of indigenous people to foreign and local fulani herdsmen?!

    They have a large land mass in their own states and countries. They should have ranches and grow grass by irritating their land.
    Nigerians be alert!

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