The rate of insecurity in Nigeria today seems to be increasing on a daily basis. People are being killed almost on a daily basis while others are being kidnapped.
It was today reported that some angry youths in Saki and other people living around Oke Ogun area in Oyo State took to the street and burnt down Fulani herders' settlement in their area. The action was taken after it was alleged that a farmer was killed by Fulani herdsmen at Oke Orogun village in Saki West Local Government Area of Oyo State.
According to report, the said victim was tied on to a tree before he was allegedly hacked to death. The farmer was reportedly attacked on Saturday night, but before people came for his rescue he had died. The police in the state said that the victim was killed by armed robbers.
This is really getting out of hand. What is the federal government really waiting for before the will do something? Are they waiting for the time something dangerous starts happening in the country before something is done eventually? Please the federal government need to wake up now and do something before it becomes too late.
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