Unbelievable: After Nine People Were Reported Killed By Fulani Headers In Oyo State, See What Seriki Said

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Residents in the Ibarapa local government area are protesting against the influx of suspected armed men into the city.

Many houses, vehicles and the Asigangan Palace in Igangan were targeted by the attack on Tuesday night.

Reporters reported that nine people were killed, while other reports put the death toll at nearly 12.

 According to report, vice president of the Igangan Development Group, Adewale Osifeso, the suspects began hearing shots during an interview around 10: 30 p. m.

” Everyone is asleep. Who started hearing shots? “Initially it was thought that the hunters were shooting, but later it was discovered that it was Fulani. “

Adewale Osifeso said that he did not see the armed men, but he heard them talking in Fulani language.

” I’ m really talking to you. My husband was burned, thousands of cars were burned and the gas station and many people died. Thirteen people are gone.

He blamed Seriki Fulani, who was expelled from the country by Sunday Igboho, for his role in attacking and supporting the perpetrators.

One of the young men who spoke to the BBC, who identified himself as Monsuru Aderoju, confirmed the attack.

He claims that his confession was obtained through torture and that his confession was obtained through torture.

About four of us are dead. ” They burned the oil house of Adolak, they burned the palace. “

He explained that the city is not comfortable now because the old and young are still roaming around the city.

Seriki Fulani, Salihu Abdulkadir and many of those who spoke to the BBC earlier are blamed for the attack.

He is currently in Ilorin, where he took refuge after Igboho left Igangan earlier this year.

Ibrahim, a son of Seriki, who spoke in a false statement to BBC Yoruba, said his father had sent the Fulani to attack them in Igangan.

He claims that his confession was obtained through torture and that his confession was obtained through torture.

The reason is that Adewale Osifeso, spokesperson for the Oyo State Police, did not call us to tell us what they know about the incident at the time of writing this report.

He said he heard bad news about the attack in Igangan and asked residents to stay calm.

He explained that the police had handled the incident.

Meanwhile, the secretary of the Igangan development group, Lawal Akeem, told the BBC that he was meeting with the local police chief.

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