Ghana facing herdsmen-farmers’ conflict – Ambassador

Ghana facing herdsmen-farmers’ conflict – Ambassador

The Ghanaian Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Williams Awinador-Kanyirigi, has said that his country is also facing herdsmen-farmers’ conflict like Nigeria.

Ambassador Awinador stated this on Friday in Abuja when he paid a courtesy visit to the Minister of Interior, retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau.

He said that herdsmen-farmers’ conflict was not peculiar to Nigeria as farmers and herdsmen in Ghana were also locked in a battle.

The ambassador therefore called for greater collaboration among countries in West Africa so as to end the crisis.

Assuring his guest of Nigeria’s determination to find a lasting solution to the crisis, Dambazau asked for improved intelligence sharing between Nigeria and Ghana, explaining that it was the only way to arrest the menace of transnational criminals.


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