Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kana State has called for a piece of legislation banning nomadic method of managing ruminants.
In a chat with newsmen in Daura, Katsina State, Governor Ganduje noted that such would resolve the incessant incidents of clashes between farmers and herders.
The Governor said having a ban on movement of herders would also address the challenge of cattle rustling.
He said Kano had taken the lead to stop the rate of such conflicts by giving herders a sense of belonging.
On the maintenance of security, Governor Ganduje advised the new Service Chiefs to work closely with state Governors to achieve the intended purpose.
Similarly, Governor Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State asked the Service Chiefs to work harder beyond the expectation of Nigerians, noting that the task ahead is very challenging.
On his part, Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa State urged them to listen to people, and encourage transfer of intelligence and prayers.
In a remark, Governor Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi State had advised the the Service Chiefs to promote operational synergy to uproot the insurgents for good.
He described the ongoing revalidation and registration of members of the APC as an opportunity to deepen democracy, show respect for institutions of the party and sanctity of those institutions.
Governor Bagudu noted that by re-validating his party membership, President Buhari had demonstrated that he was personally leading by example towards strengthening the party’s chances in 2023.