Travel Safe 3 Nigerian states you might not want to travel to because of herdsmen

As the Police investigate the cause of the reoccurring event, it would be wise not to travel to this destinations for now.

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73 indigenes of the Benue state were recently murdered in cold blood by suspected Fulani herdsmen and have been laid to rest in mass graves.

As the Police investigate the cause of the reoccurring event, it would be wise not to travel to this destinations for now.

Benue conducts mass burial for victims of Fulani herdsmen attack play 73 Benue state indigenes lost their lives on January 1, 2018, during the incident. (Twitter/@TJude4)

 

1. Taraba

 

According to report 55 people were killed in Lau Local Government Area, Taraba where an invasion and attack began just last week.

Officially, 25 bodies were recovered and given a mass burial on Tuesday, January 9, 2017.

Policemen and soldiers are currently patrolling the area, and it would be advisable not to head to Taraba for any adventure seeking right now.

According to the official count, the death toll has risen to 55 while more bodies were recovered on Wednesday morning, January 10, 2018, by the locals.

2. Benue

Nigerians react as 73 Nigerians 'killed by Fulani herdsmen' in Benue state receive mass burial play 73 indigenes of the state were murdered in cold blood by suspected Fulani herdsmen on new years 2018 (Ukan Kurugh)

 

73 indigenes of the state were murdered in cold blood by suspected Fulani herdsmen on new years' day.

The unfortunate incident took place on Monday night, January 1, 2018, lasting until Tuesday, January 9.

According to human rights activist, Ukan Kurugh, 73 Benue state indigenes lost their lives during the incident.

3. Nasarawa

Dead bodies from a reprisal attack carried out by Fulani herdsmen. play

Dead bodies from a reprisal attack carried out by Fulani herdsmen.

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Tiv leaders in Nasarawa state have alleged the killing of four persons in Awe and Keana local government areas on January 1, 2018.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state, DSP Idirisu Kennedy, told newsmen that the command was aware of the apprehension following the attacks in Benue leading to an influx of people to Nasarawa State.

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