Herdsmen crisis: Scores of Ogun indigenes now refugees in Benin Republic


Following the recent attacks on Yewa communities, scores of Ogun indigenes have relocated to Benin Republic, DAILY POST reports.

In the past few days, there have been cases of attacks by people suspected to be herdsmen in Yewa North and Imeko Afon Local Government Areas.

In Imeko, DAILY POST reported how a farmer, Dele Olowoniyi, was slaughtered by gunmen, who attacked Oha village at night.

A few days after, about six persons were claimed to have been killed in Owode Ketu area of Yewa North when the attackers invaded the community overnight.

After this, several other Yewa residents were reportedly killed, many houses burnt, while a yet-to-be identified number of people, including children sustained varying degrees of injuries.

Last week Monday, Governor Dapo Abiodun visited Yewa…



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