Breaking: Gov. Ganduje Launched 200 Houses, Schools, Hospital, Ruga Settlement in Kano

Breaking: Gov. Ganduje Launched 200 House’s, Schools, Hospital , Ruga Settlement In Kano – Daily Watch Press

The newly launched Ruga Settlement is located at Yanshoshi forest, Kiru Local Government Area of Kano State.

The settlement has a total of 200 units of houses, schools, hospital, police station, earth dam for cattle rearing among others.

During the commissioning of the RUGA settlement, Ganduje said that:

“This is the first batch of the housing units of 25 out of 200 units earmarked for construction.”

He also, called on the federal government to put a halt to the movement of herdsmen from other African countries in Nigeria.

Gov Ganduje said the call is necessitated by:

“Successfully and effectively prevent the coming of herdsmen from other African countries, because they come to this country with guns and other weapons which flame the clash between herders and farmers. As they come with such weapons, they take crimes and criminalities to the country. That movement is what brings to us all sorts of clashes between herders and other communities, apart from the farmers.”

The governor equally said that the Yanshoshi Ruga Settlement would serve as the nucleus of the RUGA settlement project in Kano State. And further said:

“We engage in this project for three fundamental reasons, first and foremost is to avoid clashes between farmers and herders, secondly to avoid movement of herders which is the source of conflict and to avoid cattle rustling.

It is absolutely necessary to improve and modernize the breeding system for Fulani cattle. As it clear that a gallon of milk is more expensive than one gallon of petrol, it is, therefore, necessary for us to utilize this great opportunity.”

He noted that “the second RUGA project will be in Falgore forest where we have recently inaugurated military training ground.”

The Governor invited Fulanis across the country to come to Kano RUGA settlement, assuring that:

“Other units of the housing will continue as we are receiving more Fulanis from other places.”

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