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Fulani Herdsmen Attacked In Southern Kaduna

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Indigenes of Zango Kataf Local Government Area of South Kaduna have allegedly attacked three Fulani Herdsmen.

This was made known by the Secretary of Miyyeti Allah Association, Muhammed Musa, while speaking to journalists.

The Fulani association official told newsmen that the victims were ambushed on their way home by the natives who had asked them not to graze in the community.

According to Musa, the herdsmen had to be hospitalised at a private clinic in Kachia town after the attack.

“One of them named Suleiman sustained a gunshot wound while the remaining two also sustained various degrees of injuries after they were ambushed. They are presently hospitalised at a clinic in Kachia.

“They were ambushed by angry youths at Goragam community in Zongon Kataf who asked them to vacate the community with their cows while grazing.”

“The victims are from Kurmin Gwaza village in Kachia but went to Goragam Area for grazing. They are presently receiving treatment in Kachia‎ town,” Vanguard quoted him to have said.

It was gathered that the incident happened around 2 pm on Tuesday when herdsmen went to the community with their livestock.

Ogbolu George is a graduate of Mass Communication from the University of Benin. He loves politics, is a movie addict and a die-hard Arsenal fan. George is a Senior Content Creator at Naija News.