Tension as Benin Republic invade 16 Nigerian villages

It was gathered that the country has gone as far as constructing Police station in the Nigerian communities.

Kwara State Governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed.

Tension mounts in Kwara State as people of neighbouring Benin Republic have invaded 16 villages in Okuta, hoisting  the country's flag of annexation.

Okuta is the border town in Baruten local government area of Kwara State.

It was gathered that the country has gone as far as constructing Police station in the Nigerian communities.

The current invaded by Benin Republic include, Ogomne, Bwin, Gandasunon, Kpuru, Woru Wuren Kparu Ajuba,1 and Ajuba 2.

Others are Saka Yeruman Kparu,Monta, Dotin Kparu,Halidun Kparu, Yakubun Kparu, Sonsi,Gunosani, Alhaji Kparu,Yodo Mankparu and Simen Kparu.

Checks however showed that the move goes against the 1914 boundary delimitation agreement between Britain and France, which the two countries had respected.

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