Ortom gives herdsmen 48 hours to leave Benue community


Ortom gives herdsmen 48 hours to leave Benue community

Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has given Fulani herdsmen in Tombo-Mbalagh, Buruku Native Authorities Space of the state a forty eight hour ultimatum to depart the world.

Ortom gave the order on Monday in Tombo-Mbalagh after assessing the harm inflicted on the group by herdsmen.

The go to adopted the weekend assaults by the herdsmen.

Ortom mentioned that he had directed safety businesses as a matter of urgency to steer herdsmen out of the world for peace to reign.

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He mentioned the herdsmen should depart since they weren’t welcomed by the unarmed inhabitants of the realm.

Ortom appealed to the folks to stay regulation abiding by reporting for acceptable motion, any breach of peace by the herdsmen.

Eight our bodies have been recovered, whereas three individuals are lacking, in response to the Sole Administrator for the council space, Mrs Justina Sorkaa,

“A few of the displaced individuals have moved in with their relations in Buruku city and those that should not have anyplace to go are with us in an improvised IDP camp right here at St Peter’s Anglican Main College, Imenger,” she mentioned.

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