Herdsmen And Farmers Conflict
Some suspected herdsmen very late on Saturday, June 6, attacked three communities in Benue state, the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) confirmed on Sunday, June 7.
Banji Akintoye says the incessant clash between Fulani herdsmen and farmers in the southwest of the country has a way of painting Miyetti Allah as terrorists.
Muhammad Abdullahi, a suspected Fulani Hersman from Nasarawa state, has been convicted by Benue court for violating the state's open grazing and ranching establishment law.
The Benue state government has issued a stern warning following the reported influx of about 4000 herdsmen and cows in some parts of the state.
Hafiz Inuwa, the Delta state police commissioner, on Tuesday, February 18, admitted that the police received six exhumed corpses of farmers allegedly killed by suspected herdsmen at Uwheru in Ughelli North local government area
President Muhammadu Buhari, on Sunday, February 16, came strong against the latest round of attacks on farmers by bandits in Damkal and Tsanwa villages in the Batsari local government area of Katsina state.