Soldiers Allegedly Storm Gboko, Benue State After Killing Of Fulani Men (Photos)

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Alleged photo of soldiers heading to the Gboko area

There is tension in Benue State following the gruesome killing of seven Fulani men who were lynched and burnt by irate youths in Gboko area of Benue State on Wednesday.

Multiple reports have it that soldiers have been deployed yesterday from Abuja to Gboko, Benue State after crisis.

The victims were said to be travelling either to Okene in Kogi State or Taraba State when criminals attacked, killed and burnt them to ashes.

Troops have currently stationed themselves in the region in order to prevent any reprisal attack.

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  1. Apc this where pmb Has led us to despite our vote for him and prayer.pmb allowed reign of terror and genocide to be the other of the day apart from biased appointment.The only area pmb has done above average is boko haram defeat which is not total yet.


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