Fulani Herdsmen On Bikes Kill Commuters

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A group of Fulani herdsmen on bikes on Saturday allegedly ambushed locals commuting to work in Jebu Miango Village in Bassa Local Government Area.

The assailants fled the scene at the first sign of police coming. The police recovered three corpses, a motorcycle and 24 expended shells of 7.62 mm ammunition.

Matthias Tyopev the police spokesperson of Plateau State. verified the incident and started an investigation is underway but they are yet to arrest anyone.

“Yesterday (Saturday), at about 20:00 hours, the Divisional Police Officer in Bassa Division got information that at about 19:45 hours of the same day, a gang of unknown gunmen laid ambush on the road between DTV and Jamraf settlement in Jebu Miango Village, Bassa LGA.

“They were attacking unsuspecting commuters. After receiving the information, the DPO led a patrol team to the scene. But on sighting the police vehicle, the armed men took to their heels and disappeared into the nearby bushes.

“The police combed the area, but the bandits were not found since they spotted the police from a far distance and ran very fast.”

At the scene, three corpses were recovered who were suspected to have been killed by the gunmen. A motorcycle was also recovered at the scene.

Also recovered at the scene were 24 expended shells of 7.62MM ammunition. Photographs of the dead bodies were taken.

No suspect has been arrested yet, while investigation is in progress.”

Ibukun El-dau studied economics and philosophy at University College London. He later completed a course in screenwriting at Ealing film school in London. He has a keen interest in film-making, having completed a directors course at New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. He is well traveled and an avid reader, gamer and writer.

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