FG Launches Pulaku Initiative for Farmer-Herder Peace


The Federal Government has pledged to address the longstanding issue of clashes between farmers and herders through the implementation of the Pulaku Initiative. Vice President Kashim Shittima made this commitment during the inauguration of the initiative’s implementation committee at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

The Pulaku Initiative, also known as the “Fulani code of conduct,” embodies cultural and ethical values specific to the Fulani people and will initially be rolled out in seven states affected by the conflicts: Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Katsina, Zamfara, Niger, and Kaduna.

FG Launches Pulaku Initiative for Farmer-Herder Peace
    Vice President Kashim Shittima

    The selection of these states is strategic, aimed at revitalizing communities and fostering inclusivity and unity across Nigeria. Shittima emphasized that the initiative reflects the government’s dedication to sustainable development and fulfilling promises made by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

    It is a national commitment to addressing a persistent challenge that has fueled distrust and conflicts within communities and across regions. Shittima stressed that the initiative is a call to action, requiring collective resolve, justice, and compassion.

    FG Launches Pulaku Initiative for Farmer-Herder Peace
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      It is a non-kinetic solution aimed at getting to the root of inherited dysfunctions, without favoring any particular group or region. The focus is on unity and practical responses to shared challenges, rather than divisive regionalism.


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