12 Billion lost yearly to Farmers-Herders clashes – Mercy Corpherders
By TVC News Nigeria
29 August 2020 | 3:13 pm
Nigeria losses twelve billion dollars yearly as a result of the farmers herders clashes. This information was disclosed in Makurdi by the country director of Mercy Corps, an international body whose initiative is to promote peace within communities. Ndubisi Anyanwu added that there is need to bring back peace in the region particularly Benue State.
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