In recent past, concerns about trans-border migration and security in West Africa and Africa has come to the forefront of international policy debates. More significantly, this movement has been motivated by the quest for greener pasture for livestock among livestock producing families. This associated disagreements tends to breed conflict and huge security implications. As if there are no clear-cut policies and regulations to check these menace, fragile farming communities appears to be over-taken by these seemingly powerful trans-border livestock producers. What are the existing Regulatory/Policy Framework for nomadic livestock in West Africa concerning trans-border movement of livestock?