They accused Kaduna State government and the federal government of nonchalant attitudes towards rescuing their children.
The force spokesperson said more personnel have been deployed to the area for routine patrols and surveillance.
Differing from their submissions is Sabiu Baba, the Secretary to the Bauchi State Government (SSG) who stated that his state was clamouring for the carving out of another state from it.
Mr Dikko issued the directive after an emergency meeting with Fulani leaders in the state, those from Jigawa, Kaduna, Katsina and heads of security agencies.
The president took the decision two weeks after 17 state governors in Southern Nigeria banned open grazing in their domains, citing heightened insecurity from the age-long practice.
The nefarious activities of the herders also prompted southern state governors to proscribe open grazing in the South-East, South-West and South-South geo-political zones.
On Thursday night, the parties agreed that the NLC will no longer continue the strike and protest while the state government will not victimize workers who participated in the face-off.