Shehu Sani Finally Reacts To FG's Plan To Establish Radio Station For Fulani Herdsmen

The lawmaker representing Kaduna Central district at the National Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani, has reacted to the move by the President Muh...

The lawmaker representing Kaduna Central district at the National Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani, has reacted to the move by the President Muhammadu Buhari government to establish a radio station for Fulani herdsmen.

Shehu Sani also warned that the death sentence for bandits and kidnappers which was announced on Friday by the Government of Katsina State will not totally solve the problem.
247NNU had reported that the Federal Government had on May 22 confirmed the acquisition of an Amplitude Modulation radio broadcast licence, to reach herdsmen across various locations in the country.

The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, stated this in Abuja during an interview with newsmen.

According to Adamu, the establishment of the radio frequency, was to end the perennial farmers-herders crises across the country.

The Minister explained that the radio service would operate on frequency of 720KHz and would air in Fulani language.

In another development the Katsina State government, on Friday declared stiff penalty for kidnappers and cattle rustlers in the state.
It declared penalty of a death sentence against kidnappers and cattle rustlers in the state.

Katsina, kidnappers State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari made the disclosure shortly after signing two laws, the penal code and procedure laws in the state.

In reaction, Shehu Sani tweeted, “Death sentence and Radio station for the Fulanis will not fully and permanently address the crisis we face as a nation today.

“We must restructure this nation politically and economically in line with recommendations of the past conferences reports, now eaten by termites in our shelves.”

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