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Sad Holiday Schoolgirl visits home to find out dad has been killed in herdsmen crisis

After learning about her father's death, a schoolgirl sheds tears as it dawned on her what life means without him.

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A schoolgirl is consoled after returning home on holiday to find out that her dad has been killed in the Fulani herdsmen crisis.

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It is likely going to be a sad holiday experience for a schoolgirl who lost her dad in the clash between Fulani herdsmen and local farmers in Plateau state.

At a Heipang I.D.P camp where those affected have found accommodation, her hope of finding her father had no meaning.

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Schoolgirl visits home to find out dad has been killed in herdsmen crisis. A report confirmed that she could not locate her siblings.

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According to a report on IG, he was burnt to death in the crisis which has received attention from international media.

It was also gathered that the schoolgirl could not locate her siblings.

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The incident coincided with the visit of Hon. Alice Dimlong Asaije a Plateau State House of Assembly member who was there to conduct a needs assessment.

In Nigeria, the Fulani herdsmen crisis has added to a big security challenge in addition to the Boko Haram insurgents.

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The Federal Government of Nigeria has proposed the building of ranches in seven states as a solution but the National Christian Elders Forum has kicked against this plan in a Punch News report in June.

According to the news outlet, the move is perceived as a plot to grab lands for the herdsmen.

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