Fulani Militants Kill 3 In Reprisal Attack On Bassa Plateau Days After Irigwe Militants Kill 2 Herders

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January 26, 2018 – Fulani Herdsmen Kill 3 In Reprisal Attack On Bassa Plateau Days After Irigwe Militants Kill 2 Herders

Suspected Fulani militants killed 3 person, injured 8 others in a reprisal attack on Bassa LGA of Plateau state last night.

The Plateau Police Command on Friday said three persons were killed by gunmen in Jebbu-Miango community in Bassa Local Government area of the state.

The command’s Spokesman, ASP Terna Tyopev, told newsmen in Jos that the incident, which occurred on Thursday night, also left eight persons injured and 20 houses completely razed.

“Yesterday at about 1900hrs, the Police Division in Bassa Local Government area received a distress call that Jebbu-Miango community in Bassa was under attack.

“The division immediately informed the state police command and mobilised its men to the place. While we were close to the village, the armed men ran away.

“Some witnesses confirmed to the police team that three people from the community were killed by the gunmen.

“They identified the deceased as: Danlami Gomaster (male) of Kwall District, Emmanuel Audu (male) of Jebbu-Miango and a yet-to-be-identified person.

“Eight other persons sustained various degrees of gunshot injuries while 20 houses were also set ablaze,” Tyopev said.

This attack is coming days after members of Irigwe militant group killed 2 herdsmen and their cattle in Bassa Local Government Area of the state.

3 thoughts on “Fulani Militants Kill 3 In Reprisal Attack On Bassa Plateau Days After Irigwe Militants Kill 2 Herders

  1. This herdsmen are indeed untouchable.where on earth u see a cattle rearer using sophisticated weapons and killing people on daily basis.e no go better for this president who out of wickedness refused to call these terrorists to order.

  2. They are not untouchable, rather they are enjoying Buhari previldeges which will soon be over. Fulanis are not bigger than the whole nation, their days are numbered, both they and the people supporting them. They are terrorists and will be treated as such, whether or not Buhari delares them as terrorists

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