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13 Mar 2018

Graphic Photos: Alleged Herdsmen Attack Farmers In Ebonyi Community, Cut-off Man's Hand

The yet-to-be proscribed killer herdsmen have yet again attacked some farmers in a community in Ebonyi as some graphic photos show how they cut off a man's hand.

The victim of attack

A Facebook user identified as Edegbe Andrew Jasper, has taken to the social networking platform to share some graphic photos of some farmers in a community in Ebonyi state who were allegedly attacked and slaughtere by suspected herdsmen in the area.

Jasper posted the photos and wrote:

"The jihadist Fulani herdsmen yesterday unleashed mayhem on this innocent farmers from my community. Enyanwigwe village of igbeagu community in izzi local government Area of Ebonyi state.

"From the information gathered from the villager who were fleeing out from they various settlement, had it that the trouble ensued as a result of misunderstanding between the farmers and the herders who allowed they cattles to feed on their farms.

"Recall that is not up to a month the same blood thirsty Fulani herdsmen did the same to indigent of ivo local government in Ebonyi state. I want the state government to come to our aid as any further attack will amount to reprisal."

247NNU could not ascertain the authenticity of this claim.

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