It has been reported that some suspected herdsmen had allegedly killed a farmer in Saki. According to the report, the suspected Fulani herdsmen stormed into his farm before they tied him to a tree, then hacked him to death, as reported by Sahara Reporters.
The incident happened in Saki community of Oyo State. The government at both state and federal levels are yet to react on the incident. Oyo State is one of the most vulnerable states in the south western part of Nigeria where the crises between herdsmen and farmers is continuously taking place.
Following the killing of the farmer who was tied to a tree, some angry youths in the community stormed into the settlement of the herdsmen where they chased them away, and burn down their properties.
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Following the news that shows how the Herdsmen allegedly hacked the farmer to death, as well as what the angry youths did to the herdsmen to protest the killing, many people expressed their various reactions on social media.
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