But Ortom, in reaction to the proposal, while answering questions from State House correspondents, said he had no knowledge of what cattle colonies entail, insisting that what obtains globally, in accordance with best practices, was ranching.Questioning why ranching which is practised worldwide could not be entrenched in Nigeria, Ortom said incentives such as land in his state were available for herdsmen who want to ranch their cattle.
Just imagine this...So, we can do "cattle colony" but not "cattle ranching"? lolI shudder at the use of the term "colony". The motives behind all these word games are becoming too obvious for all fair minded observers.It is now left for original land owners to decide whether they want their areas colonized for cattle. Yes, this problem is DEMOGRAPHIC, and woe betide any clueless natives who fail to get the implications of all these. This governor gets it. lol