- Nigerians have reacted to pictures of cows being led through the federal capital territory road
- Most Nigerians who commented on the pictures condemned the herders' actions
- The federal government also mocked over the incident
Some trending pictures of cows on the streets of the federal capital territory, Abuja sighted by NAIJ.com sparked criticisms on social media as commentators lambasted the All Progressives Party led federal government for allowing herdsmen free range of the capital city of the most populous black nation on earth.
According to some of the commentators, the freedom given to herdsmen in the capital territory is a worrisome debacle which called for urgent intervention of the federal government.
Most of the commentaries sighted by NAIJ.com condemned the blatant actions of the herdsmen.
NAIJ.com however could not independently verify the location of the picture.
Here are some comments condemning the herdsmen actions:
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NAIJ.com had reported that some Fulani herdsmen with their cattle on Sunday, June 18, invaded a church in Makurdi, Benue state capital city.
The cattle NAIJ.com gathered disrupted the church service at the Holy Ghost Catholic Parish, Makurdi, causing the dispersion of worshipers.
You can watch this NAIJ.com video of Nnamdi Kanu speaking on Biafra agitation: