Herdsmen Attacks In Nigeria
A police convoy in the Kirikassamma local government area of Jigawa was on Saturday, November 3, attacked by a gang of herdsmen after they had taken over some farmlands in the state.
Governor David Umahi, on Thursday, October 24, issued a seven-day ultimatum to Paschal Oluchukwu and his 'Organisation of Ebonyi Indigenes in the Diaspora' to apologise over an allegation seen as injurious.
To halt tension between farmers and herdsmen in Oyo, the state House of Assembly, on Thursday, October 24, passed the anti-open grazing law which would restrict the movements of cows.
The Oyo State House of Assembly is currently working on an anti-grazing bill that would restrict the movement of herders and their cows across the state.
Three women have been confirmed dead after they were shot by bandits in Vatt community, Barkin Ladi local government area of Plateau state.
Speaking on the incident, the traditional leader of the community, Olujare of Ijare, Adebamigbe Oluwagbemigun (Kokotiri II), attributed the death of the cows to the trespass of the sacred place by herders.