Herdsmen And Farmers Conflict
National president of the association, Alhaji Muhammed Kiruwa Ardon-Zuru, has warned the Fulani across the country, particularly those who were attacked in their respective communities by unknown assailants, against reprisals.
An indigene of Tse-Tseghem, one of the communities worse hit in the attack, Dennis Mernyi, said he received a telephone call from his people that their village and other surrounding villages were under severe attack by herdsmen.
Suspected herdsmen have reportedly shot dead an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) at Umuachi-Afor community in Delta state. the police officer, until his death, was attached to the Ashaka police divisional headquarters.
A Nigerian man has taken to social media to narrate an hilarious moment he experienced. The man revealed that some Nigerian women had written down their husbands' account details when they were asked to provide theirs.
Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state has accused President Buhari of lacking the capacity to provide lasting solutions to recurrent conflicts between farmers and herdsmen across the country because he is an interested party.
As Nigeria prepares for 2019 general elections, a report has emerged claiming that the manifestos of the two major presidential candidates, President Buhari Atiku Abubakar, do not have solutions to the recurrent herdsmen crisis.