Rotimi Akeredolu, Ondo State governor, has warned that any cow seen wandering the streets of Akure, the state capital, will be arrested.
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In January, Akeredolu and other South-west governors banned open grazing, following clashes between herders and farmers.
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“We are banning open grazing. If I see a cow I will arrest it. They can’t move in Akure town. We wouldn’t allow it. It is not going to happen. We must put an end to it,” he said in an interview on Television Continental.