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Fulani Herdsmen Kill Police ASP, SARS Boss In Oke Ogun Saki Oyo State

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Feb 7, 2018 – Fulani Herdsmen Kill Police ASP, SARS Commander In Oke Ogun Saki Oyo State

Some suspected Fulani herdsmen have killed the Officer-in-charge of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Saki Area of the Oyo State Police Command.

The officer, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, whose name was not disclosed by the Command was said to have been macheted to death by the suspected Fulani herdsmen during an operation in a forest around Saki-Ogboro Road in the Oke Ogun area of the state.

The incident is coming barely two weeks after the state Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Odude and other top officers of the Command held a stakeholders meeting to address issues and crisis between farmers and herdsmen in the state.

The meeting held at the Eleyele Headquarters of the Command in Ibadan.

According to a top Source who pleaded anonymity, a combined team of police officers and men of the SARS operatives in the area had arrested some suspected Fulani herdsmen on the ground of disturbing public peace a day earlier, but that the men were ambushed by another gang of herdsmen during another attempt to arrest two other suspects involved in the public chaos.

The source added that the development has led to palpable fear in Saki and its environs.

The Public Relations Officer of the Command, Adekunle Ajisebutu who confirmed the incident said four suspects have been arrested in connection with the death of the officer.



  1. Ikotun Jide

    February 7, 2018 at 7:14 PM

    I pity Oke Ogun farmers. The blood thirsty jihadist have arrived

  2. J. B. Hunter

    February 8, 2018 at 6:08 AM

    POISON THEIR Cows simple. By the time about 80-100 Cows are lying in state, they will know that they are not welcome in the state.
    What a cancerous set of creatures? Gusshhh!

    I take a stroll…

  3. DB

    February 8, 2018 at 7:20 AM

    Those demons have been thriving there for a very long time, untouched. Let that IGP come out and say it was a communual clash (probably official clash), since he has a name for their kinsmen’s actions

  4. J. B. Hunter

    February 8, 2018 at 1:54 PM

    SINCE D IGP Called the fulani massacre on d Benue pple a mere communal clashes, I wld lk 2 knw wat d he has 2 say 2 diz now dat d herdsmen has taken d fight 2 d police themselve?
    Olodo IGP.

    I take a stroll…

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