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Nigeria farmers and cattle herdsmen fight over rights to farm land

By Al Jazeera
17 Jul 2016   |   6:59 am   |   2m 8s
In one week alone, more than 80 people have been killed in Nigeria, in disputes over rights to farm land. Farmers say they were attacked when herdsmen tried to take over private farm land to graze cattle.


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  • charlieakpeumoh

    When indeed will the intelligent people of Nigeria from the Middle-belt to the South-East and from the South-West to the South-South of Nigeria summon up enough courage to draw the attention of International Court for Human Rights and indeed the ICC to these unending attrocities and genocide being constantly (like a recurring decimal) committed by Fulani herdsmen-turned-savages against innocent rural farmers in those areas? Indeed both the president of Nigeria and head of the Fulani clan in Nigeria as well as his Minister of Interior, a certain “Major General Abdulrahman Dambazau (rtd)” and a few others in that increasingly rogue-looking government in that West African country have a case to answer at the Hague courts. Indeed how long will the good people of Nigeria wait or pretend nothing wrong is happenning?

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