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Eyitayo Jegede, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the Ondo governorship election has vowed to end clashes between herders and farmers in the state. The governorship candidate disclosed this while addressing the people of Aiyede/Ogbese, Ilu Abo, Bolorunduro, Alayere and Eleyeowo communities during his campaign rally.
Vanguard reports that Jegede lamented that the current administration failed to do the needful in brokering lasting truce between herders and farmers across the state. Going further, Jegede who was a former Attorney General and Justice commissioner in the state decried condition of roads linking the communities.
He described them eyesore, promising to construct befitting road networks. “We will also provide other social amenities such as pipe-borne water and health centers that are currently lacking in the areas,” Jegede said.
Clashes between herders and farmers will become a thing of the past if elected, Eyitayo Jegede has promised