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  • IPOB, biafran movement
    IPOB gives DSS 7-day ultimatum to prove killing allegation

    The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has given the Department of State Security Services (DSS) seven days to show evidence of how its members killed and buried Hausa/Fulani herdsmen in Abia state. The group said if the DSS failed to meet the ultimatum, it will tell expose the plot by the agency to instigate the killing of the Igbo

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    Governor Ortom says foreign herdsmen responsible for attacks

    In what might be considered an incredible revelation, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue has said that Fulani herdsmen are not responsible for attacks in the country. Fulani herdsmen have been fingered in the incessant attacks between herdsmen and farmers over cows being allowed to graze on farmlands. The recent attack in Agatu local government in

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    President vows to end mass killings and abductions of Nigerians

    President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday pledged that mass killings of innocent Nigerians, abductions and other criminal atrocities would soon become history in the country. The president made the pledge in his Easter message to the nation. He said that his administration was determined to achieve peace and security across the nation by ending the avoidable

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    Fulani herdsmen attack another Benue community, 15 feared dead

    Fulani herdsmen on Thursday afternoon stormed Tombo in Buruku local government area of Benue state, killing at least 15 persons.  It was gathered that the marauders who razed part of the community also took over the deserted villages. According to a source who spoke to newsmen stated “as I speak with you the people are

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