Herdsmen Return To Igangan Community, Cut Retired Principal's Hands
By Bwright | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
It's reported by those victim who were close that the retired principal who was machete with his two hands almost chooped off did not confront the herdsmen.
The suspected Fulani herdsmen are back after being chased by Sunday Igboho some months ago, the herders have proceed with a attack on Igangan in the Ibarapa North Local Government Area of the State.
It was reported that some assemble herdsmen attacked a retired principal, Ojedokun Ogunmodede on Friday afternoon.
The reason for the incident is not clear to anyone but the close victim reported that he did not argue or confront any of the herdsmen, the herders cause machete injuries which almost lead to him losing his two hands.
Mr Taiwo Adeagbo, the Secretary of Ibarapa Farmers Union who is also known as Akowe Agbe claims that the retired principal who was injured was his relative.
The Secretary of Ibarapa Farmers Union Mr Adeagbo claiming the right of the farmers in Ibarapa said the herdsmen had not stopped attacking farmers and their farm in the community despite the public sadness over their criminal activities in the area.
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