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    Niger State Sets Aside 44,000 Hectares For Grazing Reserves

    Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani-Bello has commended the initiatives and efforts of the federal government and all the security agencies at curtailing various security challenges in the country.
    The governor gave the commendation when declaring open a two day retreat for members of the state executive council and some top government officials in Abuja.
    He commended the high sense of professional competency demonstrated by the federal government and security outfits in managing security challenges confronting the country
    He cited various military operations, such as "Operation Keremi Goro", “operation python race” "operation cat race" and efforts by other security agencies as testaments of the federal government's commitment and resolve to curtail and contain all security challenges and insurgency.
    Governor Bello said "it is important at this critical period to appreciate the efforts of the federal government and all the security agencies, especially the inspector general of Police, Ibrahim Idris”.
    Governor bello said his administration is collaborating with the federal government to curb herders and farmers clashes
    To this end, he said the Niger State Government has earmarked and gazetted 44,000 hectares of land for 23 grazing reserves in the state
    The governor said the two reserves are the 14,ooo hectares in Iri, Rijau local government area and 30,000 hectares at kampanibobi in Mariga

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