Herdsmen take traditional oath to assure Ekiti of peaceful co-existence

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Fulani herders in Ekiti State have taken a traditional oath binding on them, to assure the host communities in Ekiti State, that they would no longer behave unruly, kill or allow their cows to stray into farms.

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The traditional oath, revealed to be an effective cultural sanction on herders as its violation is believed to bring tragedy on the culprit, was administered by Alhaji Ardo Mairero, the Sarkin Fulani of Kwara State.

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Also, a communique, co-signed by Gov. Fayose, Alhaji Shekarau, representative of Emir of Kano, National President of Miyetti-Allah Cattle Breeders Association, was released.

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