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Ohanaeze Declares Support for Ban on Cow in Southeast

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Apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has expressed support for the ban on the consumption of Fulani cows and the use of it in Igboland.

Ohanaeze, however, faulted the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, over the ban it placed on Nigeria National Anthem across the southeast.

DAILY REPORT NG had reported that in its New Year message, the IPOB banned the Nigeria National Anthem, as well as the consumption of non-native cows.

Declaring its support for the ban on the consumption of Fulani cows and the use of it in Igboland for ceremonies or during festival seasons, Ohanaeze said: “The recent security challenges in South-eastern Nigeria are created by killer herdsmen masquerading as cattlemen to perpetrate heinous onslaught against our local communities.

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“The enforcement of the ban on consumption of Fulani cattle should be a protest against unhealthy and disease-infested cows being sold to Ndigbo,”.

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Also Read: Uzodinma, APC Have Turned Imo Into Abattoir For Killing Igbos – IPOB

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