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Fulani Settlement Burn to Ashes After Sunday Igboho Visit Ogun State.

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It was reported that the Fulanu settlement in Igua area of Yewa North, Ogun State has been burned to ashes by some irate indigen, after Sunday Igboho Visit.

This is comming after Sunday Igboho visited the Yawa area of Ogun State on Monday. Sunday Igboho

Sunday Igboho who noted that he was there to rescure the Yoruba communitiesfrom the hands of killer herdsmen who have been terrorisinf the area.

It can be recall that the Ogun State Government had said it didn’t ask Sunday Igboho to help them resolve the security issues facing the people of Ogun State, while Sunday went ahead as he make threat to chase away herdsmen from their hideouts.

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It was reported that, the house of Alhaji Adamu Olorum, who was the Serkin Fulani of Igua was set on fire by some angry youths who were seen with Sunday Igbo in the community.Sunday Igboho

Many houses were burned, houses belonging to Fulanis, as well as their cattle market in the area.

Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi confirmed the fire outbreak.

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According to the Police PRO,  state Commissioner of Police, Edwaed Ajogun, who lead a police team to igua for on-spot assessment.

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He noted that the Police Commissioner engage in a peace talk with the Fulanis and the host community. He disclosed that they all agreed to work as one in other to fish out the criminals for peace to reign again.

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