Herdsmen Attacks In Nigeria
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.
The leadership of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria sometimes (MACBAN) over the weekend rejected proposed Amnesty plan for killer herdsmen, cattle rustlers and bandits.
They were sponsored for the mandate to mobilize and create awareness in Nigerians home and abroad about Buhari’s alleged failures, in tandem with the tempo of the instigated /rising violence and killings across the country.
The West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP)-Nigeria, has expressed deepest concern and dismay at the escalation of violent conflicts across the country, which has resulted in wanton destruction of lives and properties.
An elder statesman and aide to former president Shehu Shagari, has advised all south east governors against resorting to self help over the issue of killing and kidnapping by suspected herdsmen in the region.