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RUGA As The New Field

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RUGA As The New Field. by Ikpongifonke(m): 5:25am on July 13
Since the Federal Government, or an arm of it, announced the policy of RUGA settlements to contain the itinerant nature of our cattle business, neither the government nor the governed has had peace. Even now that the government has suspended the policy, the noise is yet to abate. Prominent people have shown their emotions and biases. Leaders of Socio/cultural organisations have chosen to follow the emotions and sentiments of their people rather than inform, lead and navigate them through this difficult pathway in the life of the country. Religious leaders are pitiably predictable in their condemnations or praises for the policy. Blogs are peddling half-truths and knowledgeable people including professors are reposting those that suit their positions. Everybody it seems, has taken sides based on personal, ethnic or religious interests on a policy that is yet to be properly enunciated, properly articulated and therefore properly understood. Elders that should offer a voice of reason, of temperance, are beating drums of war. Misguided ‘youths’ are giving misguided ultimatums. Ruga With all that is going on, it is difficult to keep a clear head. Yet, a clear head is what is required at this moment of anyone who is read or listened to when they pass comments on public issues. I was tempted to skip the RUGA issue completely and go ‘Afghanistan’ to comment on America’s Fourth of July celebrations, where a real belligerent drum of war was beaten. But that would be escapism bordering on dereliction. Besides, my looking away is not going to make the issue go away.The issue as I see it, is largely an economic issue which is described in colourful imagery depending on who is doing the narrative while the methods of addressing it is covered in greed, ethnicity, sabotage and incompetence.

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Re: RUGA As The New Field. by Harryadam(m): 5:57am on July 13
We need justice in the country Mr president

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Re: RUGA As The New Field. by haddeaux(m): 6:02am on July 13
RUGA policy will not work in Nigeria because the fulanis when given a string will likes to take miles

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Re: RUGA As The New Field. by chigodavid(f): 8:19am on July 13
Say no to ruga because cattle farming is personal business!

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Re: RUGA As The New Field. by Iamwumi(f): 11:07pm on July 13

[ @Ikpongifonke: ] Since the Federal Government, or an arm of it, announced the policy of RUGA settlements to contain the itinerant nature of our cattle business, neither the government nor the governed has had peace. Even now that the government has suspended the policy, the noise is yet to abate. Prominent people have shown their emotions and biases. Leaders of Socio/cultural organisations have chosen to follow the emotions and sentiments of their people rather than inform, lead and navigate them through this difficult pathway in the life of the country. Religious leaders are pitiably predictable in their condemnations or praises for the policy. Blogs are peddling half-truths and knowledgeable people including professors are reposting those that suit their positions. Everybody it seems, has taken sides based on personal, ethnic or religious interests on a policy that is yet to be properly enunciated, properly articulated and therefore properly understood. Elders that should offer a voice of reason, of temperance, are beating drums of war. Misguided ‘youths’ are giving misguided ultimatums. Ruga With all that is going on, it is difficult to keep a clear head. Yet, a clear head is what is required at this moment of anyone who is read or listened to when they pass comments on public issues. I was tempted to skip the RUGA issue completely and go ‘Afghanistan’ to comment on America’s Fourth of July celebrations, where a real belligerent drum of war was beaten. But that would be escapism bordering on dereliction. Besides, my looking away is not going to make the issue go away.The issue as I see it, is largely an economic issue which is described in colourful imagery depending on who is doing the narrative while the methods of addressing it is covered in greed, ethnicity, sabotage and incompetence.

Read more at: www.vanguardngr.com/2019/07/ruga-as-the-new-oil-field/

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