9 Persons Killed as Fulani herdsmen attack Taraba community… PHOTOS


SOME suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Tutuwa community in Ussa Local Government Area of Taraba State in the early hours of today Wednesday morning, May 9.

The spokesperson for the Taraba State Police Command, ASP David Misal, who confirmed the incident said nine persons were killed in the attack.

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According to Misal, Alhaji Aliyu Tafida, the deputy commissioner of police of the command and heads of other security agencies in the state had already moved in to assess the situation.

Also confirming the attack, Rimansikwe Karma, the chairman of Ussa local government council said that three people were injured.

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Karma said that the attackers rounded up the village around 5: am and launched the attack when members of the community were going for early morning prayers.

“Every Wednesday morning, the community conducts mid-week service and most of them were on their way, when the armed militia attacked them. Nine persons were killed and three others sustained life threatening injuries and are currently receiving treatment at Takum General Hospital. The unfortunate thing is that the attackers left before the arrival of security personnel.”

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