Lagos: Police arrest herders who stabbed man to death over cow

27/06/2022 10:40:00 PM

Lagos: Police arrest herders who stabbed man to death over cow

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Lagos: Police arrest herders who stabbed man to death over cow

The Police in Lagos State have arrested two herders at the Age Mowo area of Badagry. The cattle rearers were taken into custody on Monday over the alleged

The cattle rearers were taken into custody on Monday over the alleged killing of a man.A video seen by DAILY POST shows the lifeless body of the victim on the ground as mourners gathered.Police spokesman, SP Benjamin Hundeyin provided details of the incident.

Hundeyin said the victim was mistaken for the conductor of a LT Volkswagen commercial bus.The vehicle earlier ran into a herd of cattle and killed a cow at about 6.30am.“The two cattle herders attacked someone they mistook for the vehicle conductor, resulting in his death. The herders have been arrested”, Hundeyin tweeted.

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So cow is better than humans in this country? They will release him soon, because they will command him from Abuja Instead of killing him too. We know how the story ends And they will release them immediately they get to the station. Nigerian Police Force, we have no faith in you Just imagine the effrontery,the audacity. Our lives equating to cows. Nigeria has become so lawless in this regime, everything they promised they couldn't keep one..Failedgovernment

They should stop disturbing with arrest this and that, they will soon release him... Fulani connection! The value of a cow 🐄 worth more than value of human to Nigeria 🇳🇬 government This is why those lots should ranch their cattle and not herd same in town. They belong in the bushes where their cattle feed

Get ready for 50 jobless SAN to defend him in court o. For a scared and national animal of Buhari's administration has been killed. So the man committed the crime for nationalistic reasons. Gbam!!! Na lie, order will come Abuja to release the Fulanj that stab the man to death to be released immediately. That is Nigeria for you

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The arrest is just for formality. We all know that he will be released within 48hours and you will not get any update from Nig police Lol Cow🐄 is the first citizen of zoological Republic of UAR Wetin dey happen They'll Release them within 48hrs.... This is Nigeria and we all know Can we cook it

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The cattle rearers were taken into custody on Monday over the alleged killing of a man. A video seen by DAILY POST shows the lifeless body of the victim on the ground as mourners gathered. The latest COVID-19 cases were recorded in four states and the federal capital territory (FCT), from June 21 to 24, according to the agency’s update on Saturday. Police spokesman, SP Benjamin Hundeyin provided details of the incident. What was the owner’s reaction when you returned the phone? The man was very surprised. Hundeyin said the victim was mistaken for the conductor of a LT Volkswagen commercial bus. Advertisement Also, the agency said there is currently 3,637 active case of the virus in the country. The vehicle earlier ran into a herd of cattle and killed a cow at about 6. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH.

30am. Overall, Lagos accounts for the highest tally of coronavirus fatalities in Nigeria with 769 deaths, followed by Edo (321)and the FCT (248). How much did he offer you? He offered me N50,000 cash but I rejected the money and requested that he should just pray for me instead because that is all I need. “The two cattle herders attacked someone they mistook for the vehicle conductor, resulting in his death. The herders have been arrested”, Hundeyin tweeted.. The PRO confirmed that angry residents and commuters blocked the highway in protest. Did anyone try to discourage you from returning the phone to the owner? While I was having the conversation with the owner on how to return the phone, a particular woman was with me and she asked me what the matter was, so I explained to her and she was so surprised that I wanted to return the phone. Later, the DPO, Morogbo Division, assisted by soldiers from 243 Recce Battalion, Badagry, successfully cleared the obstruction.

The command said it is false that the victim was turned back when he sought refuge in a police station. “He did not make it off the accident scene, let alone reach the station”, Hundeyin added. Was your decision to return the lost phone to its owner based on your religious belief? Let me just say that it is God that has been helping me. The police assured that normalcy had been restored to the area. An investigation has commenced. Related Topics: . She was very surprised.