FULANI HERDSMEN: People Keep Dying Without Nothing Being Done About it


Chief Tayo Alasoadura, the lawmaker representing Ondo Central Senatorial District, has spoken against the reported attack on Akure South local government workers by suspected herdsmen.

A statement by Dayo Joseph, Alasoadura’s media aide, said it was high time the federal government provided lasting ways out of the current situation.
The incident was described as troubling, disheartening that the incessant attacks by herdsmen were getting out of hand and should be curbed swiftly.
The chairman, Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources(Upstream) urged his constituents to be more vigilant and wary of the activities of the herdsmen in the area.
He urged security agencies to be more proactive on the present challenge in order to sustain peace in the community
Oba Aladetoyinbo described the invasion as barbaric, provocative and an attempt to stir up trouble in the peaceful Akure Community.
The monarch wondered why the herdsmen would have chosen to lead their cattle to graze on the farmland belonging to the council if not an attempt to create tension in the community.
He expressed sadness that no major arrest had been made by the Police since the attack on Chief Olu Falae’s farm, stressing that the arsonists who parade themselves as herdsmen now target the local government as their next point of call.
The royal father called on President Muhammadu Buhari not to treat the issue of the herdsmen with kid gloves as their activities were becoming unbearable.


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