-IGP sympathises with Adamawa residents over casualties of Farmer-Herdmen clash.
IGP deploys 5 mobile police units to prevent further Farmer-Herdsmen clash in Adamawa
The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, disclosed over the weekend that the police would deploy five mobile police units to Adamawa to put a stop to clashes between herdsmen and farmers in the state.
Idris made the disclosure in Yola on Saturday, when he paid a courtesy call on Gov. Mohammed Bindow to sympathize with him and the people of the state.
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Naija News recalls that no fewer than 20 persons were feared killed and several others wounded, sequel to a clash involving farmers and Fulani herdsmen in Numan Local Government Area of Adamawa State.
The fight occurred last Monday night as a result of the killing of a farmer allegedly by Fulani herdsmen. The farmer’s death resulted in a revenge attack by the farming communities of Shaforon, Kodomti and Kikan all in Numan local government area of the state.
Source: Naija News