In Nigeria this day, people are scared and not free like in the past due to the fear insecurity has caused in the nation. On daily basis news always breaks out and they are not the news that sounds palatable to the ear.
Insecurity has led to many things in our country, many people's lives have been wasted by attacks from gunmen, Boko Haram, herdsmen, and all that.
Some pictures of the deadly sect Boko Haram
Kidnapping, abduction, attacks are now the order of the day in the country which is so bad.
Recently, according to many people, the Fulani herdsmen have become a sect that terrorizes people and is fond of attacking people most especially in the south.
Well, eyebrows were raised when the herdsmen crisis was trending a few weeks ago, a lot of crises took place during that time.
So as the thing now looks like it has died down something happened yesterday. As it was reported, some sect of Fulani herdsmen was arrested when military officers caught them with vehicles loaded with riffles and other weapons.
The arrest took place at Abuja, Gwagwalada as troops 176 battalions apprehended the suspected Fulani during a stop and search operation at Like on Thursday.
Only God knows what they are up to but definitely, their security will surely get more information from them.
Many people are happy, since the president gave order that anyone seen with AK-47 should be shot and here the are been arrested.
NOTE: pictures are used for illustration purpose
Credit Source: Sahara Reporters
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