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Saturday, 13 May 2017

NANS President, Aruna Kadiri: Ranching Permanent Solution To Herdsmen/Farmers Crisis *** Dio Oghale Emeka Rex(SAP, SANS, MOFR) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media.

NANS: Ranching Permanent Solution To Herdsmen/Farmers Crisis
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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has suggested “ranching”, a method of raising livestock under range conditions as the best solution to the incessant Fulani herdsmen/farmers crises in the country.
The apex students body made this known on Friday May 12, 2017, at the Day2 of this year National Security Summit held at the International Conference Centre (ICC) Abuja.
Recall that the recurring clashes between herdsmen and farmers have claimed several lives and rendered thousands of people homeless in the country. NANS differs with the federal government which favours grazing reserves against the popular “cattle range”.
President Kadiri also suggest a ban on “child cattle rearers”, adding that “the education of these children is important to NANS.
“Ranching is the only permanent solution to resolve the recurring clashes between herdsmen and farmers that have claimed several lives and rendered thousands of people homeless”, said President Kadiri.
The crisis according to Kadiri “affect the parents of our students and therefore leading to the premature termination of their education,” suggesting a permanent solution.
“We also suggest a ban on child cattle rearers. The education of these children is important to NANS,” he added. 
In another development, NANS frowned at the increasing rate of unemployment in Nigeria, calling on the federal government to declare a “state of emergency” in the sector.
NANS posited that “unemployment” is the root cause of various forms of insecurity in the country, suggests a joint collaboration to tackled unemployment.
“The productive age of a man is between 15-45. When there are no jobs and no meaningful engagement, this categories of people becomes easy tool for the politicians. So, unemployment which we have identified as the root cause of various forms of insecurity should be addressed,” Kadiri said.
Finally, President Kadiri described the security summit which ended on Friday as a huge success, which he credits to the current leadership of the Nigeria police.
He specifically commended the police boss, IGP Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, for the initiative, promised to join forces with other Nigerians to agitate for the passage of the police Trust Fund Bill in the National Assembly.
Kadiri also commended traditional and religious leaders for supporting the Nigerian Police on the ongoing efforts to find lasting peace in the country.
“Ranching Permanent Solution To Herdsmen/Farmers Crisis,” NANS reiterates.
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Saturday 13 May, 2017

Thursday, 11 May 2017

WE HAVE CONSIDERED THIS A BRIGHTENING CHANCE TO TENDER OUR CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE WITH SINCERE MINDSETS, THE NANS SENATE PRESIDENT TELLS THE NEW OAU VC - Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR ) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media

WE HAVE CONSIDERED THIS A BRIGHTENING CHANCE TO TENDER OUR CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE WITH SINCERE MINDSETS, THE NANS SENATE PRESIDENT TELLS THE NEW OAU VC

Upon receiving the news about the appointment of Professor EYITAYO Ogunbodede as the new Vice Chancellor of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun State, the NANS Senate President, Comrade SALAM Oyejide has considered himself dutifully challenged to tender a congratulatory message on behalf of all Nigerian students under the umbrella of NANS as the largest student body in the country.

Comrade SALAM Oyejide, in a press statement issued yesterday, clearly mentioned that he would have preferred his congratulatory message revolve rounds the commonest phrase “Congratulations sir”, but the need to rather render it voluminous as become automatically paramount and tantamount to the development of the university status quo.

“We have considered this a brightening chance to tender our congratulatory message with sincere mindsets; in fact purified mindsets. As postulated above, we would have also gained solace and full comfort in allowing it starts and ends with the phrase, but the sincerity we had pledged Nigerian students would be missing if some words are not written in this congratulatory note to complement that commonest phrase.” SALAM Oyejide asserted.

He however used that fundamental opportunity to persuade the new VC to prioritize the welfares of both the students and staff, as the existence of the institution which he is about to be leading depends largely on their effectiveness, efficiency and productivity.

He however stated his optimistic view that this administration as he envisaged will “foster peace, harmony and unity within the university community as usual, and provide a more conducive environment that would motivate workers to deliver to the best of their capabilities; environment that would make teaching and learning pedagogically interesting”.