How can humans and animals be struggling for right of way? Actor Kenneth Okonkwo panics as he walks between herd of cattle

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How can humans and animals be struggling for right of way? Actor Kenneth Okonkwo panics as he walks between herd of cattle

Nollywood actor Kenneth Okonkwo has lamented the challenges of people struggling the right of way with animals following the open grazing of cows across the country.

Taking Instagram, Kenneth Okonkwo shared a video of himself in panic and walking between a herd of cattle in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja.

The veteran actor said that ranching is desirable and inevitable to avoid humans struggling with animals.

Kenneth Okonkwo added that Nigeria must move on to the 21st-century system of animal husbandry to reduce tensions between passers-by, commuters, farmers and herders.

He wrote: iamkennethokonkwo wrote: This is why ranching is both desirable and inevitable. How can humans and animals be struggling for a right of way in the Federal Capital City of Abuja.

We must move on to the 21st-century system of animal husbandry to reduce tensions between passers-by, commuters, farmers and herdsmen. Have a great week ahead and God bless.

Kemi Filani News recalls Kenneth Okonkwo shared his ‘food for thought’ on relationship matters. 

The Enugu State born seasoned actor who is currently holidaying in London took to his Facebook page to advice ladies not to over stress themselves over a man but keeping good and upright hoping a good man would do the needful. 

Kenneth Okonkwo also known as Andy Okeke for his role in ‘Living in Bondage‘, added that only a man knows his desires when it comes to settling down with his dream woman.

Kenneth Okonkwo

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