IGP Blames Benue, Taraba Anti-Open Grazing Law For Crisis
Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, yesterday identified the controversial anti-open grazing laws in Benue and Taraba states as the source of the unending crisis in the two middle belt states.
The police boss told the Senate joint Committee on Police Affairs and National Intelligence that the enactment of the laws against the opposition of herdsmen was responsible for the problem in the states.
Idris appeared before the joint committee in camera following the directive of the Senate in plenary that he should be summoned to explain why he failed to comply with the mandate of the upper chamber to apprehend perpetrators of the January 1st mayhem in Benue state.
Herdsmen suspected to be Fulani swooped on two Benue communities on New Year Day and killed not less than 73 persons.
A source close to the committee, however, said that
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