Alhaji Saudi “aikido-Adamu, national president of the Fulani Youth Association, has asked the federal government to boost nomadic education in the country.
Latest Nigeria newspaper report that Maikano-Adamu made the call while informing reporters at Mister Ali, near Jos, on Wednesday. According to him, nomadic education is absent in most states of the federation.
“We want peace to prevail among pastors and farmers in our communities across the country, and nomadic education will help achieve it. Education is not only the basis of any developing country but the antidote for peaceful coexistence among citizens, regardless of religious or tribal differences.
“That is why we, as members of the Jonde Jam association, call upon federal and state governments to revive nomadic education in a coma to educate our Fulani brothers and sisters about the importance of peaceful coexistence,” he said.
Latest Nigeria newspaper report that The national president, then, called on all concerned to preach peace in all communities so that the nation achieves the desired growth and development.