The Plateau State Government has indicated its readiness to dialogue with its people on the proposed introduction of the ranch policy to the state.
The aim of the proposed development is to modernise the animal husbandry industry and provide employment to the youths.
As controversy on the grazing reserve policy and establishing ranches in plateau state rages on, another set of youths under the aegis of Plateau peace vanguard took to the streets expressing their support for the ranching policy in the state.
Director General of Plateau State Peace Building Agency, Joseph Lengmang accepted the protesters at the State Government House and assured them that their message would be delivered to the government.
Addressing some group of youths in solidarity with the ranching policy in the state, Director General of Research, Strategic Planning and Documentation, Professor John Wade explained that the policy will benefit the state and the people, considering the economic benefit particularly as government looks inward for self-sufficiency.
As the controversy rages on the issue of grazing reserve and ranching in the state, the government of the state needs to enlighten its people on the benefits as well as maintaining peace and order in the state