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Fulani Herdsmen Invades Imo State

July 3, 2018 Joshua Samuel

The women of Amakohia-ubi community in Owerri west local government is set to embark on another protest to Imo Government House over the continued stay of herdsmen in and around their farms. last week, ,there were speculations that the women marched in anger to the government house, lamenting that the {Read More..}

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Herdsmen Attacks Village In Adamawa, Kills 18

June 23, 2018 Joshua Samuel

Report reaching us that 18 persons have been confirmed dead while several others were seriously injured in an attack on Dowayan village in Demsa Local Government Area of Adamawa state last night. According to residents of the community, the herdsmen struck at about 8pm, attacking the villagers. Several houses were {Read More..}

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Buhari Directs Security Agencies on How to End Criminal Activities Across the Country

March 23, 2018 Joshua Samuel

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed security agencies to improve their strategies on intelligence gathering for accuracy in deployment so that criminal activities across the country can be brought to an end. President Buhari gave the directive while interacting with political leaders, traditional rulers, elders and victims of criminal attacks especially {Read More..}

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Fulani Herdsmen Killings: Buhai Finally Visits Benue

March 12, 2018 Joshua Samuel

Following intense criticism of alleged lack of will to tackle the ongoing spate of killings by Fulani herdsmen across some parts of Nigeria and alleged refusal to visit Benue State where over 150 persons have so far been hacked or shot to death by the killer herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari {Read More..}

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Fulani Herdsmen Kill 26 More in Benue State

March 7, 2018 Joshua Samuel

As at the last count, twenty-six people have been allegedly killed in the latest attack on a Benue State community by Fulani herdsmen. According to reports, the herders had stormed Omusu community in Okpokwu Local Government Area of the state around 3:30 p.m. on Monday, March 5, and allegedly opened {Read More..}