A facebook user, Ossai Ovie Success shared a post with photos where he said the incident occurred in Aba. He wrote: “Just happened now in 7UP, Aba. This cow jumped into this moving car carrying a man and his wife. Now you can see that Fayose’s action in passing and assenting to Anti Grazing Bill is in order.“This system wherein cows roam about the major roads n streets in Nigeria is bad n must stop. “What is your take on this?”Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti became the first governor to take serious action against herdsmen and grazing of cattle in his state when he advocated for and implemented an anti-grazing law which prevented

herdsmen from roaming the state. The governor of Ekiti state Ayodele Fayose has ordered that cattle confiscated from herdsmen in the state be shared to residents as the state’s stomach infrastructure policy.Speaking at the inauguration of the Ekiti Grazing Enforcement Marshals (EGEM), the governor said herdsmen caught grazing beyond 6pm risk a six-month jail term. He also said their cattle would be confiscated. Fayose said: “We have a right to life and to survive and holding things for our survival especially peasant farmers, whose means of livelihood are taken away by cattle feeding on their crops.‎ If the gains of peasant farmers are taken away in a jiffy, that is condemnable.‎”