Atiku says Anti-grazing law may be unconstitutional




Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 general elections, says the anti-grazing law which restricts the free movement of cattle will be looked into, as it may not be constitutional.

Atiku said this at an event titled, ‘The Candidates’, in Abuja on Wednesday.

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The former Vice-President said the Constitution guarantees free movement and as such it might be difficult to implement the anti-grazing law.

He said, “We have to look at the constitutionality of those laws.

“I am not sure they are part of the constitution which guarantees free movement and the right to reside wherever you want in the country. So, we have to look at this.”

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