Fact Sheet NE Nigeria: Rann, Kala/Balge LGA (November 2017)
Die Ölförderländer haben eine plötzliche Schicksalswende erlitten. The security situation outside Rann remains tenuous, and protection of civilian concerns are high. In turn, herders have threatened to sue farmers if their cattle die on their land. With Reverso you can find the English translation, definition or synonym for oil-producing country and thousands of other words. Agriculture Protection and Human Rights.
He told The Nation that the current situation had made life hard for farmers and the herdsmen alike. We have written a letter of memorandum to the government of the day telling them what to do, but knowing our political setting, it is the government that is delaying the implementation of these things.
It is true really, both parties suffer. Yakubu Bello, the head of the Miyeti Allah association of Fulani herdsmen in Surulere government, Oyo State said that his group had met with farmers and begged them for a end to violence and reprisal attacks. He added that the nomadic herdsmen were the ones who caused violence, insisting that there had always been a cordial relationship between the settled Fulanis and members of their host communities. He cited numerous intermarriages that have served in many instances to cement relationships.
Fulani leaders have called for grazing reserves to be set aside for their exclusive use, arguing that this would also help reduce friction with settled communities. Although there is some provision of this kind, it is far from adequate for all their needs. He added that the association had written a proposal to the pastoralists to source readymade feeds for their cattle as was done by poultry farmers.
Dele Raji is a farmer from Saki, one of the towns in the Oke-Ogun area, and also doubles as the chairman of the Oyo state chapter of the Maize Association of Nigeria. Farmers say that they have been betrayed by a police force unwilling and incapable of protecting them from the Fulani pastoralists.
They complain that even when disputes are taken to the authorities, the compensation offered does not cover the cost of the farmlands destroyed.
He added that the police had been trying to mediate using alternative conflict resolution methods. In Ogun State, police spokesman Abimbola Oyeyemi said that local forces had always taken action and called stakeholders meetings involving both groups. The herders say that they carry guns to protect their cattle, but Oyeyemi said that allegations that the herdsmen were better armed than the police were untrue.
He added that the herdsmen have been warned not to carry arms. All they needed were the traditional sticks used to direct cattle while grazing. A service provided by. ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since Learn more about ReliefWeb. Published on 19 Aug — View Original. Tensions are rising between Fulani pastoralists and settled farmers in southwestern Nigeria. Community leaders have kept lists of attacks.
In turn, herders have threatened to sue farmers if their cattle die on their land. Police spokesman Adekunle Ajisebutu said that any allegations of partiality were baseless. News and Press Release Language: Agriculture Protection and Human Rights. ReliefWeb Informing humanitarians worldwide.
A service provided by ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since Connect With ReliefWeb Receive news about us. Submit Content Share information through ReliefWeb to better inform humanitarians worldwide. Since March civilians have slowly started to return to Rann, but are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. Local government has been slow to be re-established in the town, and this had a negative impact on the humanitarian response.
The security situation outside Rann remains tenuous, and protection of civilian concerns are high. Freedom of movement is restricted due to a curfew and a 5km security perimeter. Nonetheless, civilians do access markets in Cameroon 8km away. These individuals are screened by the Nigerian military upon arrival. Humanitarian operations and preparedness activities in Rann continue to be affected by the poor road conditions between Rann and Maiduguri. During the rainy season these conditions are exacerbated as entire roads are washed out, and Rann is effectively cut off for weeks at a time with trucks being stranded in remote towns along the way.
The constant breakdown of trucks can lead to the looting of goods both humanitarian and commercial. Humanitarian logistics organisations have explored options to move cargo to Rann, including pre-positioning stock, using various air options with UNHAS, operating cross-border from Cameroon, using donkeys and boats, repairing roads etc.
Some reports indicate that the Ngala-Rann road may open for light-weight vehicles in coming weeks. Along the Mafa—Dikwa—Ngala—Rann road, humanitarian personnel and cargo movements require armed escorts as a last resort.
A service provided by. ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since Learn more about ReliefWeb. Published on 31 Oct — View Original. Poor security is hampering access for humanitarians in Rann and the rest of the LGA.
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