It was reported today that Ngbo local government in Ebonyi state was attacked by unknown bandits who were suspected then to be Fulani herdsmen, where not less than 15 persons were killed. The Ebonyi state government after the attack in the Ngbo local government in Ebonyi state, released a statement this night in which the countered the report that the attacks was caused by Fulani herdsmen The Ebonyi state government traced the attacks to an age long conflict that have been between the people of Ngbo and the their Agila neighbors of Benue state.
The deputy governor of Ebonyi state, while addressing the issue of the attacks advised the people of Ngbo to be law abiding, and should avoid attacking back as the government is working hard to ensure that their safety is guaranteed. He stated that the Ebonyi state government has spoken with the Miyetti Allah cattle breeders association, and they denied such reports .
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