The National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS) has asked Yoruba youth leader and activist Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, to change his approach of tackling the insecurity in the South West caused by Fulani herdsmen to avoid tribal war or setting the region on fire.
The Chairman, Ogun Joint Campus Committee (JCC), Comrade Kehinde Damilola Simeon gave the advice at a press conference in Abeokuta, 24 hours after Sunday Igboho and his supporters stormed Ogun State to flush out the criminal herdsmen.
He advised Igboho to dialogue with the South-West governors, Yoruba leaders, Afenifere members and other stakeholders in ensuring lasting peace in the region.
In his speech, he called on Governor Dapo Abiodun to immediately ban open grazing by Fulani herdsmen in the state as students are being exposed to attacks by the plundering herdsmen who have turned their school premises to grazing fields.
He also recommends registration of all herdsmen within the borders of Ogun State and inauguration of the Amotekun Corps in order to further combat insecurity around campuses.