Buhari gets backlash from Fayose for refusing to punish ‘killer herdsmen’

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Buhari gets backlash from Fayose for refusing to punish ‘killer herdsmen’

Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has accused Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari of refusing to take actions against killer herdsmen.

Fayose made this known on Tuesday in a condolence message to those killed in fresh attacks in Adamawa state by alleged Fulani herdsmen.

“Today, my heart goes to the families of those people killed in Adamawa by herdsmen. It appears that herdsmen have replaced Boko Haram in that State and one wonders why the president is always reluctant to take actions against the herdsmen,” he said via his Twitter handle.

Buhari gets backlash from Fayose for refusing to punish ‘killer herdsmen’

Reports shows that suspected Fulani herdsmen had on Monday attacked two communities of Lawaru and Dong in Demsa Local Government Area, Adamawa State.

The attack came after a widely rumoured report of suspected Fulani herdsmen lurking in the area, Sunday night.

Fayose, who was in Adamawa, to commiserate with the state government, said Buhari had deliberately turned deaf ears to the excesses of his Fulani kinsmen. Dailypost

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