Kogi Gov dragged to court for accepting allocate land as cattle colonies in the state

The Government of Kogi has been taken to court by one of the state’s  indigenes, Mr. Sheyi Babaeko following its decision to allocate plots of land for use by Fulani herdsmen as cattle colony.
Babaeko, a 2019 House of Assembly aspirant, with the suit is praying the court to impress it on the government to halt the move.
Joined in the suit is the Kogi state governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello as well as the commissioners of justice and lands in the state.
In the lawsuit number HCH/08/2018, Babaeko insists that cattle grazing and colonies are private businesses and therefore does not fall under the public interest of the citizens of Kogi state.
He also intends to find out if the governor indeed has the power to compulsorily acquire land for herdsmen.

The defendants have 42 days to respond to the suits.
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