The Institute of Corporate Administration has advocated for the creation of ranches in states to permanently address farmers/herders conflicts and drive agricultural development in the country.
Programme Coordinator, South-East Zone, Charles Ngwakwe, made the call during its quarterly Strategic Management Conference and Induction ceremony in Awka.
Ngwakwe said that addressing farmers/herders clashes would enable more Nigerians key into the opportunities in the agricultural sector.
Ngwakwe also called for improved economic environment to enable more businesses to thrive and create employment for the teeming youths in Nigeria.
According to him, employment will take idle youths away from the streets and reduce crime and other vices in the society.
In his remarks, Federal Commissioner, Public Complaints Commission PCC, Samben Nwosu of Anambra Office, who spoke on behalf of the inducted new fellows, thanked the institute for the honour.