Former Nigeria President, Olusegun Obasanjo(Aka OBJ) has sent another of his numerous letters to President Buhari.

Olusegun Obasanjo, according to Naija news, wrote about the situation of the country at the moment. OBJ sent to President Buhari a message about the ongoing security challenges across the country.

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Obasanjo reportedly highlighted some issues the presidency needs to address with urgency. He wrote his letter on the growing attacks by herders; attacks on other ethnic groups and other rising security challenges.

Meanwhile, Gov. Samuel Ortom has maintained his stance on the anti-grazing law in Benue state.

Benue state Governor, Samuel Ortom has stressed his stance on the anti-grazing law in benue state. Samuel Ortom, who signed the anti-grazing law in the state in 2017 —due to growing clashes between herders and the locals— has said there is no backing down.

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They have been recent attack in the state by suspected herders. Reacting to this, the governor said he is looking to strengthen the anti-grazing laws; and security to tackle the issue.


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