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64-Year-Old Farmer Allegedly Murdered by Fulani Herdsmen in Edo (Graphic Photos)


Some Fulani have been accused of murdering 64 year old farmer, Alex
Idemitin pictured above, in his farm in Ovia North-East Local government
area in Edo state on Wednesday April 6th.

ITV News reports that
the deceased, who hailed from Delta state was murdered
following a disagreement with the suspected fulani herdsmen at
his farmland.



Speaking on the incident, the wife of
the  deceased, Margaret, said her husband left home for his farm on the
day of the incident and did not return home as expected. When she did
not see him, she raised an alarm and a search party was launched which
took them to his farm where they found his beheaded body

“All I know is that they carry their cows to peoples farms and anytime they do that, they kill them. Na Fulani cause am. One
of them left his sandals after they committed the crime. and people
even said they saw Fulani herdsmen around the farm area with their

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A Family member of the deceased said
the deceased had always complained about the unruly behavior of the
Fulani herdsmen in their community

“This my cousin who just died now used to complain about the Mallams. They used
to carry their cows to come and destroy his own crops. I believe its
through them that this thing happened”.

A member of the community who went to the bush with men of the Okada
Police division to evacuate the dead body, said “I followed the
policemen and family members who came here to take him to the mortuary.
When we go here, there was machete wound on all parts of his body. After
they killed him, they caught off his head and stabbed him on his

Members of the Fulani herdsmen fled their settlements the day the incident happened. Some angry youths in the community later set their camp on fire.


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