Over 50 Herders Armed With AK-47 Killed Our Village Head, Others, Razed Our Houses – Molege Residents [PHOTOS] « CmaTrends
Victims of final Thursday assault in Molege neighborhood in Ose Local Government Area of Ondo State have disclosed that no fewer than 50 armed Fulani herders attacked their village.
According to the victims, herders who had been absolutely armed with AK-47 rifles had all the time been threatening them earlier than the final devastating assault the place the village head and two others had been killed.
The herders had on Thursday night time attacked the neighborhood and burnt down homes within the village.
While disclosing that the herders carried out the assault after they had been prevented from grazing their cows on farmlands in the neighborhood, the villagers maintained that the herders had been all the time armed with AK-47 when transferring with their cows.
Narrating how the incident occurred, the Akarigbo of Ute Land, Chief Felix Olabode, narrated how the ugly incident occurred stated, “They always use guns to scare people away here and then brought their cows to graze on people’s farm and drink water.
When they are leaving too, they also use guns to scare people away and leave. We have seen the level of damage here. People have left here. We are begging the government to come to our rescue.”
Disclosing that following the assault, the police had been alerted after which the DPO lead his males to evacuate the useless our bodies, the normal ruler added that the gunmen got here again half-hour later and razed the buildings down after police left the neighborhood
Also, the Coordinator of the Oodua People’s Congress, OPC within the space, Folorunso Olofe disclosed that “This has been occurring for lengthy. They are all the time coming with AK 47, they had been greater than 50.
Olofe, who added that one Amotekun officer was hit with a bullet through the assault, said that the Baale was additionally killed.
Over 50 herders armed with AK-47 killed our village head, others, razed our homes – Molege residents [PHOTOS]