Herdsmen: Mixed Reactions As Youths In Edo Gives 14 Days Ultimatum To Herdsmen to Leave Edo Forest
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Reactions As Youths In Edo Gives 14 Days Ultimatum To Herdsmen to Leave Edo Forest
A groups of youths in Edo which known as Talakawa Parliament told Fulani herdsmen that are grazing cattle in the Edo state forest to leave after two weeks.
This order came in after the killing of three innocent persons on Monday in Ugo N’iyekorhionmwon, Orhionmwon Local Government of Edo state. The youths also gave 72 hours to the Commissioner of Polcie to fetch out the killers that killed those 3 people
This call was made by the youths leader on Wednesday, accusing Fulanis being the mastermind of every kind crimes happening with region.
You can recall that the same Wednesday, women blocked Uromi road in protesting against reckless killing and kidnapping by suspected Fulani farmers.
See people reactions.
Thee herdsmen crisis in Nigeria especially the southwest states has became worrisome and government needs to do something to tackle this challenges.
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