JUST IN: Yahaya Bello Bans Sales Of Beef Meat In Kogi For 2 Days Over Death Of 12 Cows

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As a result of the death of 12 cows in Nigeria-Korea Vocational Institute Lokoja, Kogi State during on an open grazing by the Fulani, the Governor of the State, Yahaya Bello has banned the sale of beef meat in the state for 48 hours which is equivalent to 2 days.

This was disclosed by the commissioner of Information and Communications, Kingsley Fanwo on Friday in the state house while addressing the journalists.

The commissioner said effort we’re on going by the state government in collaboration with the State security agencies through the office of the State security adviser as well as the Veterinary Doctors in the ministry of Agriculture and Environment.

Recall that the unfortunate incident happened in the state yesterday when some Fulani were grazing in an open Field at the Nigeria-Korea Vocational Institute and 12 cows were seen died after the cows had eaten from plan surfaces.

Before the people of the community could come to rescue, all the cow had died. The state government said effort we’re on going with every agencies and the Fulani community to find a lasting solution to the incidents.

Governor Yahaya Bello directed the state residents to abstain from eating beef meat pending the time for at least 48 hours.

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