Benue Farmer Killed By Suspected Fulani Herdsmen In Oyo

According to a report by CmaTrends, some suspected Fulani herdsmen have again killed a farmer in Oyo state.

The incident was said to have happened at Olopomeji village, Egbeda Local Government Area of the state.

CmaTrends gathered that the deceased who was an indigene of Igede in Benue state, was killed on his farm.

The Ad’Igede 1 of Oyo state, Aderhu Onda Monday Eyi, confirmed the killing.

Eyi called on the state government to provide more security to farmers while urging members of the Igede community in the state to remain calm.

There has pressure on the state government to improve security in the state, especially regarding threats posed by Fulani herdsmen.

Some suspected herdsmen recently attacked Igangan area in the state, killing no fewer than 10 persons and burning the palace of the traditional ruler of the town.


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