Two traitors who allegedly led Fulani herdsmen to murder their kinsmen in Kaduna State have been arrested.
According to a group which calls itself the United Against Fulani Herdsmen Invasion, the men who are Christians and natives of Kagoro in the Kaura Local Government Area of the state, were paid N15,000 each for each attack that took place in the Godogodo and Gwonto areas where over 50 residents were killed last week.
The group, on its Facebook wall, said the two suspects, after collecting the money, led the attackers to remote villages to attack the villagers.
The men were also accused of showing the attacker's escape routes and that was why it was very easy for the attackers to go in, kill and maim the unharmed indigenes and escaped into thin air.
This is what the group posted:
'WHAT IS EATING THE DOG IS IN IT'S SKIN'
"Here are the guys Fulani herdsmen pay N15000, for every attack in Godogodo and Gwonto. They lead them to all the villages.
Both are Christians from Kagoro here in Southern Kaduna Kaura LGA."
On interrogation, the group said the traitors confessed that lack of unemployment made them fall for the temptation of betraying their people.