Fulani herdsmen strike again in Kaduna villages; killing three and burning down houses

Suspected Fulani Herdsmen have struck again in Kaduna State; killing three in Dogon Daji village and torching part of Antang Village all around Godogodo in the Jema’a Local Government Area of the state.
The Godogodo axis has been under intense siege since July by alleged herdsmen. According to indigenes of the affected villages, the Fulani herdsmen are pushing them out  using
violence. They also claim that most of the affected villages have been designated as Cattle Grazing Reserves by the Federal Government.
Meanwhile, the acting Local Government Chairman of Jema’a LGA, Mr. Humble Katuka said that only two were killed in Dogon Daji and two houses burnt in Antang.
According to him, “Report reaching me said that two people were killed in Dogon Daji, and then they burnt two houses in Atang.
“They diverted the attention of the Police and soldiers stationed in Godogodo and sneaked to these areas to cause havoc. But, security have been beefed up and I shall personally go there later to inspect what has happened,” he said.

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