The Fulani, under the aegis of Gan Allah Fulani Association of Nigeria (GAFDAN), Ekiti State chapter, has said that they have put measures in place to end all forms of hostilities in the state.
The Gan Fulani association said in a statement, on Sunday, that “all necessary logistics have been put in place to make sure there’s peace between farmers and herdsmen in Ekiti State.”
He said the Fulani in the state believed “in the safety of Ekiti State and Nigeria at large.”
GAFDAN, a Fulani socio-cultural group, in the statement signed by its Ekiti State Chairman, Alhaji Issa Adamu, said its members were for peaceful co-existence and overall socio-economic development of the state and Nigeria.
They expressed the belief in the administration of Governor Kayode Fayemi and pleaded their support for the administration “as it brings about overall development of the state.”
They congratulated Governor Fayemi and his deputy, Chief Bisi Egbeyemi, saying “we surely believe that the new government will better the lives of Ekiti people.”