Herdsmen Attacks In Nigeria
Ademiju was said to have boarded a vehicle at Osu town going to Ibadan when he and other passengers were attacked at Ikire community along the expressway.
Bandits, described as herdsmen on Wednesday, June 12, attacked passengers on the Ife-Ibadan highway, killing one person as they fired shots at their vehicle.
Egboh said the fallout of such mistake would not only be costly it will also stain the south east with the stigma of starting a fight of blame even when there are indications that we have been provoked into taking certain actions.
The Indigenous Imo State Town Unions has said if President Muhammadu Buhari does not act quickly in protecting the people against the killings by herdsmen, the people would resort to traditional method of defending themselves.
Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo has come under fire afresh from a southwest group Yoruba Ronu Leadership Forum which has accused him of crying wolf when there is none over alleged gradual Fulanisation and Islamisation of Nigeria.
Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of the procession, one of the conveners, Jaiye Gaskiya, said the event is a citizen-led initiative to express solidarity and demand accountability for the security and welfare of Nigerians