Information reaching our news desk now has it that the Eastern Security Network has released the photograph of a suspected killer herdsman who was among the people who invaded Ebonyi Community to unleash meyhem on the villagers.
According to sources within the community, the suspected Fulani herdsman was one of the herdsmen terrorising the Communities in the name of reprisal, but unfortunately for him, he was shot dead by members of ESN outfit.
Photos credited to vanguardngr
It was gathered from a reliable source that Fulani herders were equally aiding the crisis in those troubled communities in Ebonyi State.
In recent times, insecurity has been on the rise in Ebonyi, due to the activities of killer Herdsmen who have been killing, kidnapping, raping and destroying people's farmlands while security agencies have done little or nothing to curb the rising cases of insecurity in the state and the country at large.
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