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At least one person was reportedly feared killed when some fleeing Fulani herdsmen moving from Benue state clashed with a farmer over mischief on farmlands.
The speaker of Benue Assembly, Ikyange, says the anti-open grazing law in the state which comes into effect on November 1, will be fully implemented.
Samuel Ortom has called for the arrest of officials of Miyetti Allah Kautal over an alleged inciting statement capable of disrupting peace in Benue state.
The incident comes weeks after some cattle invaded Nwafor Orizu College of Education Demonstration Nursery, Primary and Secondary School Abata Nsugbe.
Cattle invade Nwafor Orizu College of Education Demonstration nursery, primary and secondary school in Abata Nsugbe, Anambra while students were writing exams.
The accident which happened around Sapele road in Ikea area of Delta state was reported on social media by a concerned Nigerian named Mr Aimua Oghahbon.
Nigerian singer Daddy Showkey went on a recent trip to Rwanda. He shared a video of a beautiful hardworking cattle rearer he met. See her tend to her cows here.
Shugaban na Miyetti Allah ya gabatar da wannan gargadin ne ga Gwamnan Ekiti musamman saboda yadda yake soki burutsu game da rashin lafiyar shugaba Buharin.
Benue state governor has accused the state police of negligence as about 81 people have been killed by a herdsmen attack on Logo and Ukum.