www.odogwublog.com reports that the traditional ruler of Nnobi town HRH Igwe (Engr) Nick Obi (Omenyili) has said that the way      out of  Fulani herdsmen problem in the country is for the duty bearers to develop the political will to tackle the rampaging killers.

Igwe Obi stated this in an interview with newsmen in his palace in Nnobi in Idemili South local government area of Anambra state.

The traditional ruler who was asked what to do on the Fulani herdsmen problem in the country said " the way out of the problem is that we should do the right thing and the right thing is if we are going to keep herds of cattle or cows, they should fend them, they should feed them, provide medicine for them and do what you do with poultry or piggery, they don't roam all over the places".

Igwe Obi pointed out Nigeria does not have five percent of the population of cattle that nations like Brazil and US can boast of, yet they have developed a system of keeping the cattle in a ranch without any cow roaming the streets.

Ranches and not cattle colonies according to the monarch is the only way out of the present situation Nigeria has found herself in relation to the menace of Fulani herdsmen. "I don't know what our president wants to do about the ugly and embarrassing development but the way we are tackling the menace at the moment is not the right way. It appears there is no political will to do the right thing right".

The Anambra monarch disclosed that the Anambra State Elders' Council under the chairmanship of Chief Emeka Anyoku had in a meeting made it clear that the state does not want cattle colony as there is no land for such a venture in the state and emphasized that the Fulani herdsmen should go for ranches to cary out their business of cattle rearing and not colonies.