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HERDERS ATTACKS, FATHER, SON IN BAYELSA (PHOTO)
The menace of the rampaging Herdsmen in major states in Nigeria is said to have been witnessed in the Southern region.
In Otuoke Community, Ogbgia Local Government of Bayelsa State, unknown armed men suspected to be Fulani Herdsmen reportedly attacked a family along New Otuoke Road.
The family, a father, and his son were attacked on Saturday evening while returning from the farm.
According to a source who pleaded his name to be off media, the son (name unknown) sustained a deep cut in his head and lower abdomen as well as his father who appeared unconscious.
Both of them were rushed to Federal Medical Center (FMC ), Yenagoa and currently responding to treatment.
This is coming moment both governors of Southern regions reactivated open grazing law restricting any form of grazing across communities.
The agitating leaders, Nnamdi Kanu for South West and Nnamdi Kanu of the Southeast earlier ordered herdsmen residing in the forests to relocate to urban areas to do their business.
However, FCT Minister has reached an agreement to establish over four RUGA locations in the territory in view to tackle the Herders-Farmers clash in the country.
Similarly, Northern governors have condemned continued roaming around the country for grazing urged herders’ leadership, Miyetti Allah to embrace the modern ranching method.