Enugu – A group of protesters took to the streets on Wednesday to demand an end to the killings of innocent people by Fulani herdsmen, reports Daily Post
The residents expressed anger over the massacre of people living in Ukpabi-Nimbo in Uzo-Uwani local government area of Enugu State by Fulani herdsmen.
The attack, which left scores dead, hundreds displaced and many others battling for survival at various hospitals, has remained point of national discourse.
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The protests were led by a group under the aegis of Concerned Citizens of Enugu State, who marched from New Market through Okpara Avenue, Holy Ghost Park, Edinburgh Street, to the State House of Assembly and ended at the Government House Enugu.
The spokesperson of the group, McGinger Ibeneme, who demanded justice and security, said that genocide was going on and it made no sense to send the police after the massacre just to prevent reprisals attacks.
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