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Fulani Herdsmen Attacked, Kidnapped Olu Falae, N100M Ransom Demanded, 50 Police Sent To Rescue Him

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Fulani Herdsmen Attacked, Kidnapped Olu Falae, N100M Ransom Demanded, 50 Police Sent To Rescue Him

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Sept 21, 2015 – Fulani Herdsmen Attacked, Kidnapped Chief Olu Falae At Farmland In Igbatoro Akure Ondo , 50 Police Sent To Rescue Him

Olu Falae’s Kidnappers Demand For N100M, 50 Police Sent To Rescue Him

Ondo State Police spokesman, Mr Wole Ogodo has released more details on the circumstances surrounding the abduction of the former SGF, Chief Olu Falae.

As earlier reported, he was kidnapped this morning on his farmland in Akure weeks after he engaged some herdsmen in a battle after they invaded his property at Famo in Igbatoro area of Akure.

Mr Ogodo said Falae’s battle with the herdsmen started late last year. He added that they set a trap for him attacked him and abducted him around 9:30am this morning.

The herdsmen who allegedly inflicted injuries on Falae contacted his family today and demanded for 100 million for his release.

50 policemen have been dispatched to the area to rescue the septuagenarian.



  1. olabode

    September 21, 2015 at 5:24 PM

    what is wrong with this bastard fulani men, in anothers man land, they came all the way from north still claiming and kidnapping in another mans land

  2. Odekpency Igah

    September 21, 2015 at 5:31 PM

    Why he did going to the farmland.. So he must be retired…

  3. Odekpency Igah

    September 21, 2015 at 5:36 PM

    Why he shudn’t going to the farm again if they knew then he is a politican and rich man. Just be relaxing himself!

  4. Lola O

    September 21, 2015 at 7:02 PM

    There’s nothing wrong with going to the farm after retirement. Gen. Obasanjo has a farm in Ota and still very active in supervising his workers. Rather than blame the kidnappers, you blame the farm owner for visiting his property? How ignorant are some Nigerians. NEVER make excuses for the evil doers. I recommend the death penalty for kidnappers henceforth, and Boko Haram perpetrators. How long can we put up with this nonsense?

  5. pa salami

    September 21, 2015 at 8:12 PM

    instead of people to blame kidnappers you are blaming the old man on his property this is an insult upon injury i believe it is right time to put an end to this barbaric behaviors they are robbers and as a result they should be hanged without any trial in any court. If government does not do anything to it right now it will worst than BOKO HARAM fULANI COW MAN in NIGERIA they are gaining more ground in Nigeria than anybody before we know things might spoil wthout remedy.

  6. Lillian Orie

    September 22, 2015 at 6:11 AM

    It’s so sad that these empty brained Fulani herdsmen are left to be a nuisance in peoples land without anybody checking their evil activities. They came to my village sometime ago and allow their cows to destroy crops on people’s farm lands and when they were challenged, they brought their evil daggers killing some farm owners! I don’t know how long this nonsense is going to last without the government doing something about.

  7. mulikat

    September 22, 2015 at 6:14 AM

    The problem is majority of those Fulani herdmens, are not naija fulani, that came into naija in 1800 during Dan fodon,from mali.this new cross over from other part of africa,are still with animal brain,they love their animal than and other human being,even their own kids.that is reason they feed on people farms, if u say no,they rape women, and kill u,so any other part not, even their own brother land, stand strong to fight them,back,when they want to try it in benin, benin city youth, attact them ,kill them plus their animal, they all run with their animal into Amry barrack,without Oba of Benin,who come the youth down, today no fulani in they understand that,benin city,u cant do what u are doing in jos, benue and other parts of naija, they pack well.about this fulani with animal brain,is fire with fire they understand,but belive u me, they are not naija fulani,cos our won,have since go to school, educated,only few with animal,moving about in the sun, those, ones with animal come in from other parts of africa,particurlar niger, no rain and grass for their animal.they should free the old man,he live in is on land and state,if he dont do something they will take over ur area.

  8. oyejobi joshua

    September 14, 2019 at 8:48 AM

    fulani herdsmen ought not to dwell in the town cities e.t.c border should be their abode let alone ruling

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