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Check Out What The Leader Of Fulani Herders In Jatau Said About The Farmers-Herders Crisis In Taraba [Video]

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There have been a lot of unrest in Bali local government of Taraba state due to crisis between farmers and Fulani herdsmen. The attacks according to Channels Television were triggered by an attack on herdsmen in Kastina-ala local government area of Benue state.

 The series of attacks and counter attacks that followed have affected three communities of TIV people in Taraba state. Channels Television reports that about 60 people have died from the crisis and 4000 others have been displaced.

Speaking on the issue, the chief of TIV people in Taraba state Mr Zaki David bemoaned the manner in which the matter escalated. According to him, the TIV people in Taraba state are different from the TIV people in Benue state. That for him is the reason why the retaliatory attacks on them are unfortunate and questionable because the crisis originated in Benue.

The leader of the Fulani herders in Jatau Shehu Nanu spoke about the crisis and he thinks it is better to put the past behind and move on. The exact words he used were:

Whoever Is dead is dead and cannot be brought back to life. We have lost our cattles as well and all we want government to do is to reduce the loses we incurred and help us stand to our feet again. We are suffering and need assistance.

The state government has visited camps in Jatau and Bali and are putting measures in place to restore peace in the area. They are working towards avoiding further escalations of the conflict in the area and this will involve having a conversation with all the parties involved.

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