Exposed!!! Hours After Ahmed Gulak Was Killed, Fulani Herdsmen Attack And Kill 30 Igbo Indigenes In Benue.
On Sunday, suspected Fulani shepherds attacked and killed more than 30 Igbo- speaking indigenous people living in the Ado local government area in Benue state. Local government area leader James Oche confirmed this in a Facebook post on Monday sharing videos and photos of the incident. Suspicious shepherds allegedly attacked Ndigwe, Ataloga, Odokem, Ekile, Nduobasi, Ekpufu, Obakota, and other nearby LGA villages.
He urged the people of the area to defend themselves, adding that the era of the locked arms was over. The LGA chief wrote: ” Yesterday no less than 30 Igbo- speaking indigenous people from the local Ado government were killed in attacks by Fulani shepherds and their mercenaries in Ndigwe, Ataloga, Odokem, Ekile, Nduobasi, Ekpufu. Dakota and Other Nearby Villages “.
We have a situation of nearly 5,000 internally displaced people on top of the destruction caused by the attackers. It took the concerted effort of Operation Whirl stroke after we informed them to repel the attacks.
No more word of mouth and crossed arms. The people of Ado have to face the occasion for self-defense. In any case, our people must be empowered to defend themselves. Killed enough, we are not cowards.
What’s happening in Nigeria? Blood, blood, blood every day. Why? It is a lesson to all African leaders.
African leaders must and focus on building their nations and providing jobs for the youth. In Nigeria, unlike other African countries, politicians and the wealthy are surrounded by police guards everywhere as a result of insecurity arising from kidnapping, armed robbery, bandits, Boko haram, etc.
Our leaders must change so that Africa does not deteriorate into a failed continent.
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