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Adamawa communities vow to drag NAF to ICC for alleged bombings of their communities

Six Bachama ethnic communities in Adamawa State have vowed to drag the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over alleged bombings of their communities.

Adamawa villages bombed by Nigerian Air Force – Amnesty

Nigerian Air Force killed at least 35 people in attacks on villages in the northeastern state of Adamawa in December, Amnesty International claimed in a report released today.
Christian Association of Nigeria | CAN

Herdsmen attacks terrorism, targeted at church – CAN

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), in Adamawa State, has described attacks by herdsmen in the state and other parts of the country, as ‘dastardly act of terrorism’ unleashed on Christian farming communities.

Presidency begins consultations on farmers-herders clash

The presidency has commenced series of national consultations aimed at finding lasting solutions to the incessant clashes between farmers and herdsmen across the country.

IGP Ibrahim Idris moves to end farmers-herdsmen clashes in Adamawa

The Inspector-General of Police, Idris Ibrahim, has ordered reinforcement in the Numan Local Government Area of Adamawa State, where clashes between the farmers and herders in Shaforon, Kikon and Kodomti resulted in the death of 51 persons, mostly women and children.

Police deploy five mobile units to stop killings in Adamawa

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, said on Saturday that the force would deploy five mobile police units to Adamawa to prevent future clashes between herdsmen and farmers in the state.

27 persons killed in Numan farmers-herders’ clash – Police

The Adamawa State Police Command has said 27 persons were killed in an overnight clash between farmers and Fulani herdsmen at Safere and Kodomti villages, in Numan Local Government Area of Adamawa State on Monday.

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