One individual has been accounted for dead, two were harmed and a female cop was seized in discrete assaults by suspected herders in Ogun State.
TRIBUNEPOINT WEEKLY reports that the episode occurred on Tuesday in Yewa North and Imeko-Afon Federal Constituency.
The administrator speaking to the voting demographic at the House of Representatives, Hon. Jimoh Olaifa, affirmed the occurrence, while regretting the spate of assaults by herders in his constituents.
TRIBUNEPOINT WEEKLY assembled that a business vehicle was, on Tuesday, assaulted by suspected herders while driving from Abeokuta to Ayetoro.
The driver was supposedly shot dead on the spot.
After an hour, a police officer, who TRIBUNEPOINT WEEKLY learnt, is appended to the Area Command Office in Ayetoro Division was kidnapped while driving as her vehicle was surrendered by the side of the road.
The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said endeavors were progressing to save the stole police officer.
In an announcement on Thursday, Hon. Olaifa uncovered that one Segun Ileyemi, was assaulted around Olorunda on Sunday trying to deny him of his things.
Olaifa said Ileyemi was wounded a few times, including that he is as yet getting treatment at the Ayetoro General Hospital.
The legislator, while approaching security operators to spare the lives of his kin, said “It is no longer news that the devious demonstrations of the Fulani Herdsmen in my Constituent is incredible as records are accessible at different workplaces of security offices,” asking “however for to what extent will this proceed?”
He begged the security offices to devise increasingly proactive measures so as to stop the tasks of “these neighbors turned foes.”
He blamed the herders for the most part laying attack on the streets as they sit tight for “my constituents to either deny them of their assets or to grab them totally.”
As per him, “no less than three instances of assaults were recorded on the Abeokuta – Olorunda–Aiyetoro/Imeko Road over the most recent four days; all in the hand of these tormenting Fulani herders.”
In the interim, Olaifa has begged Governor Dapo Abiodun to focus on the predicaments of his constituents.
He needs the senator to accomplish more in making sure about the individuals, while additionally requiring the recovery of streets in the territory.
He opined that crooks are exploiting the blocked streets in the zone to assault occupants.