Herdsmen Attacks In Nigeria

Sorrow as gunmen kill 5 in fresh attack on Kogi community

Sorrow as gunmen kill 5 in fresh attack on Kogi community

Sorrow as gunmen kill 5 in fresh attack on Kogi community
Herdsmen killing: Senate in rowdy session as PDP senator attacks Buhari

Herdsmen killing: Senate in rowdy session as PDP senator attacks Buhari

The plenary session of the Nigerian Senate on Thursday, April 12, became rowdy over the alleged incompetence of President Muhammadu Buhari to address the spate of killings by armed herdsmen by Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe.

Herdsmen killing: Senate in rowdy session as PDP senator attacks Buhari
Governor Ortom raises alarm over fresh killings in Benue, urges security agencies to halt further attacks

Governor Ortom raises alarm over fresh killings in Benue, urges security agencies to halt further attacks

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state has condemned renewed attacks on the people of the state by suspected herdsmen. The governor described the fresh attacks in parts of the state as barbaric, inhuman and unacceptable.

Governor Ortom raises alarm over fresh killings in Benue, urges security agencies to halt further attacks
How to address herder-farmer conflicts, irregular migration - Think tank

How to address herder-farmer conflicts, irregular migration - Think tank

A think tank, Gusau Institute, has recommended ways to address the crisis between herdsmen and farmers in the country. The institute also suggested ways to address irregular migration that the country is currently facing.

How to address herder-farmer conflicts, irregular migration - Think tank
Why farmers/herdsmen clashes may get worse in 2019 - Minister of agriculture

Why farmers/herdsmen clashes may get worse in 2019 - Minister of agriculture

The ongoing clashes between herdsmen and farmers will be worse in 2019 if nothing is done to create cattle ranches or provide better security against rustling, the minister of agriculture, Audu Ogbeh has warned.

Why farmers/herdsmen clashes may get worse in 2019 - Minister of agriculture
Ayem Akapatuma: Why the cats can’t stop the race now by Idoko Ainoko (Opinion)

Ayem Akapatuma: Why the cats can’t stop the race now by Idoko Ainoko (Opinion)

It is the Nigerian Army’s constitutional response to defend the territorial integrity of the county and assistance to the civil authorities in maintaining peace and security, where civil security is overwhelmed.

Ayem Akapatuma: Why the cats can’t stop the race now by Idoko Ainoko (Opinion)
One killed, 3 arrested as Nigerian Army engages in a fire fight with armed herdsmen (photos)

One killed, 3 arrested as Nigerian Army engages in a fire fight with armed herdsmen (photos)

The Nigerian Army engaged in a fire fight with armed herdsmen militias on Saturday, April 7, while on clearance operation in Gbajimba, Baka, Tomanyi, Iyode and Dogon Yashi in Benue state. One herdsman was killed.

One killed, 3 arrested as Nigerian Army engages in a fire fight with armed herdsmen (photos)
Herdsmen abduct, kill Church of God Mission pastor after family failed to pay N4m ransom

Herdsmen abduct, kill Church of God Mission pastor after family failed to pay N4m ransom

Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have reportedly killed a pastor of the Church of God Mission, one Pius Eromosele, in Odighi community, Ovia North-East local government area of state, after his family failed to pay ransom.

Herdsmen abduct, kill Church of God Mission pastor after family failed to pay N4m ransom
How persistent herdsmen attacks and climate change threaten food security in Nigeria - Farmer

How persistent herdsmen attacks and climate change threaten food security in Nigeria - Farmer

A farmer, Ogbonna, has warned that food security may be threatened in Nigeria in the near future because of persistent herdsmen attacks and climate change. Ogbonna said the future of agriculture was not looking good.

How persistent herdsmen attacks and climate change threaten food security in Nigeria - Farmer
Buhari orders assessment of damage caused by herdsmen/farmers' crisis in Benue, other states

Buhari orders assessment of damage caused by herdsmen/farmers' crisis in Benue, other states

The president directed the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to commence an assessment of the level damage in communities affected by violence caused by herdsmen-farmers’ clashes in some parts of the country.

Buhari orders assessment of damage caused by herdsmen/farmers' crisis in Benue, other states
How FG is mapping out strategies to stop killings in Kaduna state - Minister of interior

How FG is mapping out strategies to stop killings in Kaduna state - Minister of interior

The federal government is mapping out strategies to halt the incessant killings in Birnin-Gwari in Kaduna state, the interior minister, Dambazzau said on Tuesday, April 3. He made the statement during a visit to the troubled area.

How FG is mapping out strategies to stop killings in Kaduna state - Minister of interior
10 months after, Tsav makes u-turn, apologises to Governor Ortom over false allegations on Benue killings

10 months after, Tsav makes u-turn, apologises to Governor Ortom over false allegations on Benue killings

Tsav was dragged before a Magistrate’s Court on June 19, 2017 for allegedly writing an inciting letter against Gov. Samuel Ortom, despite his immunity as a serving commissioner of the Public Complaints Commission.

10 months after, Tsav makes u-turn, apologises to Governor Ortom over false allegations on Benue killings
Suspected herdsmen invade private residence in Enugu community, attack guard

Suspected herdsmen invade private residence in Enugu community, attack guard

It was gathered that suspected herdsmen had invaded the a private residence belonging to Barrister Eric Ogudu and started plucking mangoes in the compound. The security guard alerted community members thus angering the herdsmen.

Suspected herdsmen invade private residence in Enugu community, attack guard
Gowon: Silence is no longer golden By Olabode Lucas (Opinion)

Gowon: Silence is no longer golden By Olabode Lucas (Opinion)

All these shortcomings of the administration pale into insignificance when compared with present gory action of the rampaging fiendish Fulani herdsmen which Buhari administration has made very tepid attempt to curb.

Gowon: Silence is no longer golden By Olabode Lucas (Opinion)
Northern clerics score Buhari, Army high on security, condemn Danjuma's self-defence statement

Northern clerics score Buhari, Army high on security, condemn Danjuma's self-defence statement

The national coordinator of NIFROP, Bishop Gabriel Obubah, while speaking to journalists in Abuja said had someone else made such call, Danjuma should be in a position to queried the belief system of such a person.

Northern clerics score Buhari, Army high on security, condemn Danjuma's self-defence statement
Residents flee as herdsmen reportedly invade Benue community despite presence of soldiers

Residents flee as herdsmen reportedly invade Benue community despite presence of soldiers

Residents of communities in Tombo ward, Logo local government area of Benue have reportedly deserted their homes after herdsmen allegedly invaded the area. A community leader, Job Tiza, said the invaders destroy crops.

Residents flee as herdsmen reportedly invade Benue community despite presence of soldiers
Why Theophilus Danjuma should be called to order - Northern group

Why Theophilus Danjuma should be called to order - Northern group

A group, the Jama’atu Izalatil Bid’ah Wa’iqamatis Sunnah (JIBWIS), has said former minister of defence, Lt Gen Theophilus Danjuma (rtd), should be called to order for urging Nigerians to defend themselves against attack.

Why Theophilus Danjuma should be called to order - Northern group
Obasanjo’s coalition reacts to Danjuma’s statement, says security agencies have been corrupted

Obasanjo’s coalition reacts to Danjuma’s statement, says security agencies have been corrupted

The Coalition for Nigeria Movement led by former president, Olusegun Obasanjo, has raised concerns that security agencies in the country may have been corrupted by the government ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Obasanjo’s coalition reacts to Danjuma’s statement, says security agencies have been corrupted
Stop inciting Nigerians to take up arms - Abubakar Bambado cautions Danjuma

Stop inciting Nigerians to take up arms - Abubakar Bambado cautions Danjuma

The chairman of the association of Fulani chiefs in the south-west, Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar Bambado, has told Theophilus Danjuma to desist from making statements that could incite Nigerians to take up arms against each other.

Stop inciting Nigerians to take up arms - Abubakar Bambado cautions Danjuma
Call your people to order - Emir of Anka tells Fulani leaders

Call your people to order - Emir of Anka tells Fulani leaders

The Emir of Anka in Zamfara state, Alhaji Attahiru Ahmad, has stated that Fulani leaders in Nigeria should be worried that attacks in most parts of the country are alleged to be carried out by people of Fulani extraction.

Call your people to order - Emir of Anka tells Fulani leaders
Marafa calls for state of emergency in Zamfara, wants governor removed over killings

Marafa calls for state of emergency in Zamfara, wants governor removed over killings

Senator Kabiru Marafa advised that the former president Olusegun Obasanjo's approach for Plateau state in 2004 which led to the suspension of the then governor, Joshua Dariye, should be employed in Zamfara state.

Marafa calls for state of emergency in Zamfara, wants governor removed over killings
Danjuma should apologise to army - Colonel Dabai insists

Danjuma should apologise to army - Colonel Dabai insists

A retired military officer, Colonel Samaila Dabai, who was trained by General Danjuma (retd) has urged his boss to recant his statement that the army was colluding with bandits behind attacks in parts of the country.

Danjuma should apologise to army - Colonel Dabai insists
Nigerian Senate mourns as several people reportedly die in attack on herders in Zamfara

Nigerian Senate mourns as several people reportedly die in attack on herders in Zamfara

Nigerian Senate has mourned the killings of herdsmen who were allegedly killed by gunmen in Zamfara state on Wednesday, March 28. The Senate also decided to observe a minute silence to honour the victims of the deadly attack.

Nigerian Senate mourns as several people reportedly die in attack on herders in Zamfara
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