Some Feared Dead As Fulani Herdsmen Attacks Amotekun Corps, Vigilantes In Oyo
By Grantenzy | self meida writer
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Two officers of the Amotekun corps are recently treating injuries that they sustained during a fight with the Fulani Herdsmen on Monday in Oyo State. Naija News reported that the cause of the fight which led to the death of two persons is yet to be known, as it is unknown what caused the fight.
According to eye witnesses reports, the fight broke out when a Fulani Herder brought out his cutlass and attacked the two security personnel of the Amotekun corps, one at his head and the other at his hand. There were also some vigilante. According to the commandant of the Amotekun corps, his men that were attacked were rushed to the hospital, while the others stayed and continued the fight. The ones that were attacked are still at the hospital. While two dead bodies were found after the fight. The police are still yet to discover the identity of the dead bodies.
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