Again, Fulani Herdsmen Militia Invade Ologba Community In Benue

Again, Fulani Herdsmen Militia Invade Ologba Community In Benue

By Omos Oyibode | Staff Reporter on April 29, 2016
Mathias Terna Tyopev, Emmanuel Gado, Mary Monday, Plateau, Fulani

Another community in Benue State, Ologba, which is a bother town of Nasarawa State was Wednesday night, April 27, 2016, attacked by over 50 armed men believed to be members of the Fulani herdsmen militia who stormed the village around 6pm, shooting and setting many houses on fire.

Ologba is also sharing boundary with Agatu, the Benue community where genocide was committed by Fulani herdsmen in March.

According to Authority Newspaper,  a resident said that Fulani gunmen, numbering over 50 stormed the village, armed to the teeth.

“As we speak they are shooting and burning houses in Ologba. They are about to enter Obagaji.

“We are appealing to security agencies to come to aid,” said the source who spoke over the phone.

Details are a bit sketchy as at the time of this report but sources confirm that there were human casualties, although no number was mentioned.


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