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‘I Am Now An Igbo Herdsman’ – Ude Declares As He Share Photos Of His Cows




Nigerian global peace ambassador and investigative journalist, Jackson Ude has taken to social media to announced that he is now an Igbo herdsman.

Sharing photos of his two cows that have just given birth to a calf each, Ude said everyone can choose to become a herdsman without having to kill or destroy other people’s properties in doing so.

He tweeted: “I am an Igbo Herdsman now. Two of my cows gave birth to a calf each. They are four now. My plan is to have at least 20 cows this year. We all can be herdsmen but we don’t need to kill or destroy other people’s properties to be herdsmen”


See photos of Ude’s cow and newborn calves below.

Meanwhile, the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has threatened to send all Fulani killer herdsmen out of the South-East.
Naija News reports that IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu stated this on Thursday while reacting to death threats from Saleh Alhassan, spokesman for the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore group.


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