The issue of Fulani herdsmen attack in the southwest is still on the high side, despite the agreement between many governors to put an end to it, some criminals among the herdsmen has failed to desist, seevwgat they did to a solar power station in ogun state.
According to Daily post News, a certain community in Ewekoro local government of ogun state, Sepsis suffered a loss of solar power station as some suspected Fulani herdsmen has been accused of setting the station ablaze.
But the story got a twist when the king of the land, Oba AbdulGafar Olasukanmi Tijani said the incident was not an attack neither is it an intentional act, he said it is so puree mistake from cattle rearers.
He said, though the community has been attacked once and that was late last year, where about four people are kidnapped.
While speaking with one of Daily post correspondent, The monarch said the Solar power station that he built for his community was actually burn by some Fulani Cattle rearers, but it is in no way associated with what is going in the country. According to him, he said the solar power station was worth £15,000.
He also said, the Awowo community has been living peacefully with the Fulani for some years now.
The Monarch further said he dies not know if the cow owners will take responsibility for the damaged properties, however Oba Tijsni has advised his people not to be afraid or create any means of enmity against the Fulani.
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