Metro Fayose: Buhari's Silence on Benue Killings is Suggestive



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Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has called on the federal government “must act now” as the herdsmen menace in Benue state has gotten to the level of, ”terrorism and ethnic cleansing.”

"I am deeply sad about the killings going on in Benue State. When will these killings by Fulani herdsmen stop? When is President Buhari going to act? Isn't the silence of the President suggestive?"

“Just now, we heard news of the herdsmen attacking the camp of Mobile policemen, Mopol 13 in Benue, killing two officers by slitting their throats. Do you call people who could invade the camp of mobile policemen in a guerilla manner and overpower armed Mopol, mere Fulani herdsmen?" he tweeted on Tuesday.

“What is happening in Benue and other middle-belt States is more than a strive (strife) between herdsmen and local farmers, it has gotten to the level of terrorism and ethnic cleansing. FG must act now,” he said.


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