Farmers Shot And Hacked To Death In Their Sleep By Gunmen In Oyo Fresh Attack
By Kiriyo | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
The Farmers Were Sleeping When The Gunmen Shot And Hacked Them To Death–Oyo Villager Laments
It Was indeed a black Monday for residents of Konkobudo, a village that serves as the border between Ibarapa North and Iwajowa Local Government Areas of Oyo State as gunmen killed 4 Farmers.
The unfortunate incident occurred barely 24 hours after the men of the Oodua Peoples Congress(OPC) in a collaborative effort with other vigilante groups arrested and handed over notorious Fulani warlord, Iskilu Wakili who has been terrorizing farmers and residents of Ayete, Kajola, and other neighboring villages in Ibarapaland to the police.
According to the information made available by the punch, the gunmen reportedly stormed the village on 10 motorbikes in the early hours of Monday morning, Shot about 4 farmers who were sleeping on their farm.
The Gunmen were said to have also hacked the shot farmers before they reportedly flee the village. One of the victims was identified as Sunday Okanlawon.
Although it is unsure if those who carried out the evil act were Fulani herdsmen or not, However, the remains of the victims have been taken away by the police to the mortuary for autopsy, while investigations are ongoing to ensure that the perpetrators of the crime are arrested and brought to book.
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