SSS Ordered To Arrest Fulani Herdsmen Leader As Militants Kill 4 In Benue State

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January 17, 2018 – SSS Ordered To Arrest Fulani Herdsmen Leader As Militants Kill 4 In Benue State

New attacks by suspected armed Fulani herdsmen on innocent people in Logo and Guma Local Government Areas over missing cows have claimed another 4 lives days after the state lost 73 indigenes to the same militant group.

Governor Samuel Ortom disclosed this today at the Benue Peoples House Makurdi when he received former military administrator of the State, retired Brigadier-General Dominic Oneya who led a delegation of his Foundation on a condolence visit to the Governor.

He said two women had been reportedly killed in Guma and two persons in Logo, stressing that pockets of killings were still going on and reiterated his call on security agents to arrest the leadership of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore whom he said are still issuing threats of resisting implementation of the Open Grazing Prohibition and Ranches Establishment Law in the state.

Governor Ortom stated that crises between herdsmen and farmers had lingered for years without anyone coming up with a bold step to address same, saying the Open Grazing Prohibition and Ranches Establishment Law in Benue was meant to permanently address the challenge.

3 thoughts on “SSS Ordered To Arrest Fulani Herdsmen Leader As Militants Kill 4 In Benue State

  1. This is very good ,Thank you TO OBASANJO AND TINUBU,GEJ is not good ,GEJ is this and GEJ is that now ,people can see what is fully on ground,OBJ AND TINUBU ,thank you so much,but no sinners will go unpunished,Buhari your entire genaration will never winess peace again

  2. Let’s forget about this statement of arresting any Fulani…

    There is no remedy for Nigeria…..I don’t know what we will expect when the security of Nigeria lies in the hand of these people….

    NSC Members:
    1. Muhammadu Buhari (President)
    2. Dan Alli (Minister of Defence)
    3. Abdulrahman Dambazzau (Minister of Affairs)
    4. Lawal Daura (DG-SSS)
    5. Ibrahim Magu (Chairman, EFCC)
    6. Tukur Buratai (Army Chief)
    7. Sadique Abubakar (Air Chief)
    8. Mohammed Saliu Usman-AVM (Chief of Defence Intelligence)
    9. Ibrahim Idris (Police)
    10. Abubakar Malami (Attorney General)
    11. Baba Gana Monguno (National Security Adviser)
    12. Ahmed Rufai Ababukar NIA) An expanded meeting will have:
    13. Abdullahi Gana Muhammadu (Civil Defence)
    14. Hamid Ali (Customs)
    15. Mohammed Babandede (Immigrations)
    16. Ja’afaru Ahmed (Prisons)

    In what language will the above be discussing about Nigeria? Does the list represent Nigeria?, let’s stop deceiving ourselves.

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