The National President, Gan Allah Fulani Development Association, Alhaji Sale Bayari, on Friday, called for alternative grazing routes nationwide.
He also said Nigeria needed to review her position and pull out of the ECOWAS free movement protocol, noting that it was affecting her national security.
Bayari said these during a news conference at the Oyo State Correspondents’ Chapel, Nigeria Union of Journalists, on the proposed anti-grazing bill which had passed second reading at the state House of Assembly.
He called for human face and a possible public hearing before the law was passed in the state.
He claimed that small and light weapons were not only in the hands of herdsmen but all Nigerians facing threats of insecurity.
Bayari, however, stated that there had been a drop in kidnapping in the zone since the group met with former President Olusegun Obasanjo.
While maintaining that there were over 300 clans of Fulani extraction of which Bororo was just one of them, he said generalizing the crime of a few on the majority would be tantamount to injustice.