Fulani group laments insecurity, condemns killing of members in Edo
A fulani group in Edo State has condemned the killing of its members in the state.
It, therefore, urged Governor Godwin Obaseki and security agencies to end the killing in some parts of the state.
Secretary General of the group, Idris Adamu Scheed, who spoke at a media briefing in Abuja, yesterday, alleged that the Fulani living in Edo State were being molested, maltreated and intimidated and in some cases, have their cows killed.
He said: “The vigilante in Edo State killed our Fulani members in the persons of Mamman, Manu, Shehu, Buba and others, but up till today, in spite of reporting to the police, nothing has been done.”
The group also alleged that a petition to the governor by their community head, Alhaji Sani Ibrahim, indicated that they were being intimidated and killed by hunters and vigilantes in the state.
It, therefore, urged the state governor to intervene to bring peace among them.
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