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Fulani herdsmen kill SARS boss

By Editor on 08/02/2018

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The Officer-in-Charge of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, Saki Unit in Oyo State Police Command, has been killed by Fulani herdsmen.

Nigerian Tribune reports that the SARS boss, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, ASP, was killed on Tuesday night.

He was said to have been macheted to death by the Fulani herdsmen during an operation in a forest on the Saki-Ogbooro Road in Oke-Ogun area of the state.

The newspaper said police authorities in the state have confirmed the killing.

A former minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode who reacted to the killing of police officer by Fulani herdsmen, said law and order had been broken in the country as no one was safe, even security agents, from Fulani herdsmen whom he described as ‘Bloodsucking’.

On his official twitter page, he wrote “A SARS police officer was cut into tiny pieces with matchets by Fulani terrorists in Saki, Oyo state yesterday. Law and order has broken down and even our security agents are being targeted and slaughtered in open daylight by these bloodthirsty and bloodsucking Fulani herdsmen.‎”

Posted 08/02/2018 05:33:49 AM

 

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