Federal Govt Opens Radio Station For Herdsmen Across Nigeria


LAGOS MAY 23RD (NEWSRANGERS)-The Federal Government says it has acquired an Amplitude Modulation radio broadcast licence to reach herdsmen across various locations in the country as parts of measures to enhance nomadic education.
This is coming from the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, stating this in Abuja.

He went on to say, the establishment of the radio frequency was to end the perennial farmers-herders crises across the country.
Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, claimed that the radio service would operate on frequency of 720KHz, and would air in Fulani language, as the government believes that the radio medium is one of the viable means to reach the herdsmen.
The minister, also stated that plans were underway to secure funds for the procurement and installation of requisite transmission equipment for the successful take-off of the radio station.
Adamu said, “The radio service will serve as a vehicle for social mobilisation and education, in addition to interactive radio instruction methodology that will be adopted to reach the very hard-to-reach segment of our target population. Additionally, it will enhance our capacity to address crisis between herders and farmers with attendant consequences to loss of lives, destruction of productive assets, nomadic schools, facilities teaching and learning resources.”
According to reports, Prof. Bashir Usman who is the Executive Secretary, National Commission for Nomadic Education stated that the broadcasters have been contacted to develop programmes that would add impetus to the commission’s effort towards mass education of the target group.

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