Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Miyetti Allah Condemns Killing of Herdsmen in Southern Kaduna

Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, Kaduna State chapter, has condemned a recent killing of two Fulani youths who were grazing their cattle.
 The association alleged that the herdsmen were killed by youths from Unguwan Yashi, Fantsuwam Chiefdom, Jemaa Local Government Area.
The slain youths, Anas Shuaibu, 20  and Yahaya Musa, 14, who were grazing their animals, were said to have been attacked and killed by the youths without any provocation.
According to a statement signed by the state chairman of the association, Haruna Usman: “We condemn the cowardly attacks by the blood thirsty youths and call on the security agencies to fish out the culprits and bring them to book.
“The association wishes to commend the efforts of the youth leader of the community who supported the security agencies in fishing out the suspected killers and called on the Fulani to exercise patience and remain law abiding as the relevant authorities are working round the clock to ensure that justice is done,” the association stated.
The association called on the media to always report these aggressions rather than reporting only one side. We observed that when Fulani’s are attacked the press will be silent but when there is reprisal or retaliation, it is blown out of proportion thereby portraying the aggrieved as the aggressors.
The association also condemned the killing of another Fulani man whose corpse was discovered in Madakiya, Bajju  Chiefdom  in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area.

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