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Fulani/Mambilla crises: Governor Ishaku ready to rehabilitate victims

Mr Emmanuel Njiwah, the Chairman, Taraba Government Assessment Committee to ascertain extent of damage of land disputes between Fulani and Mambilla, said Gov. Darius Ishaku was ready to rehabilitate the victims.

At least 10 die in Nigeria farmer-herder clashes

At least 10 people were killed in several days of violence between herdsmen and farmers in eastern Nigeria, police said on Monday, but the cattle drivers gave a higher toll.

20 feared killed, 300 cows stolen in fresh Mambilla violence

About 20 persons have been feared killed and 300 cows stolen following a fresh outbreak of ethnic violence on the Mambilla Plateau in Sardauna Local Government Area of Taraba State, local officials and residents said on Sunday.

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