The issue of herdsmen and cow related issues in Nigeria today seems to be getting out of hand. Many people have lost their lives as a result of that, while others have lost properties worth millions of Naira. The way things are looking now, it seems like their is little or no help coming in from the government.
Based on that note, a certain twitter user who goes by the name Femi has narrated the bad experience they had in the hands of the Fulani herdsmen and their cows.
According to a tweet he made on his twitter handle, he made it known to Nigerians that Fulani Cows invaded their tomato farm, ate and aswell destroyed about ₦10m worth of tomato plants. According to him, some of the people involved have been arrested and they will soon be going to the court.
This is really a heart breaking one indeed. How can someone suffer and after suffering, cows will come and destroy everything. This is really man inhumanity to man. With this it has shown that some people have no conscience in them. But to God be the glory that some of those evil doers were apprehended.
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