Miyettti Allah Cattle breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) has called for the establishment of more Nomadic Schools, and also building of more classrooms in the existing one across the state.
This was contained in a communique after a meeting held by MACBAN in collaboration with Gan-Allah Fulani Development Association of Nigeria (GAFDAN) in the state.
The communique signed by Alhaji Haruna Usman Tugga and Ardo Idris Gundaru, Chairman MACBAN and GAFDAN respectively, also called for employment of more primary school teacher in the nomadic primary school to ensure quantitative and qualitative education.
The association in the communique also appreciated the efforts of the security agencies in the fight against cattle rustling and banditry in the state, however, condemned the activities of some security agents for unnecessary arrest of Fulani pastoralist on market day in the State.
The advised security agents to follow the normal procedure in handling the recovered rustled cows and other domestic animals in the state because it has observed tactical exclusions of Fulani leaders in the process of handling the recovered animals to the rightful owners.
They appealed to the federal govt and start to look at the plight of the victims of Cattle rustling which has rendered them homelessness with no food to feed their families, because all their belongings has been destroyed.
They called on their members to fully register in the ongoing Continue Voter registration and they should also obtain a National ID card as a citizen of the Nation.
“We appreciate the effort of Kaduna State Government on the Development of Grazing Reserves, especially on the issue of Gazetting the proposed Grazing Reserve and the establishment of the DAMAU MECHANIZED GRAZING RESERVE in Kubau Local Government Area.
“This is the first of its kind in the Country if completed it will go a long way in boosting the social, economic Development of our teeming Fulani Pastoralists in the State as well as generating more Revenue to the state government as well as minimizing the security challenges facing the Fulani Herders in the State.
“We are appealing to the Kaduna State Government to as a matter of urgency look into the deplorable conditions of some Gazetted Grazing Reserves especially those of Gamagira Grazing”, they said.