Niger - Clashes between suspected Fulani herdsmen and
farmers in Niger State have resulted in the killing of 10 people, Punch
According to a resident, the clashes started on July 7, when
some herdsmen invaded a farm and destroyed crops.
A scuffle engaged between the farmer and herdsmen, resulting
in one of the invaders being killed and one injured.
Also read: $14 billion is annually lost to herdsmen-farmers clashes -
Farmers have cried out to government stating
"Government must take a bold step to solve these killings". The
killings are unfair as their means of livelihood is being destroyed.
The constant clashes with Fulani herdsmen has created a food
shortage in farming areas because food security is being threatened by the
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