Seven fulanis killed in attack near Zakoli

seven fulanis killed in attack near zakoli


Seven herdsmen suspected  to be Fulanis were allegedly killed in a violent attack on two Fulani communities near Zakoli in the Yendi Municipality of the Northern Region on Wednesday.

It is not clear what triggered the attacks,  but some sources said it could be a retaliation of an earlier robbery attack by suspected Fulani herdsmen on a man, which led to his death at Zagbang on the Yendi – Zabzugu Road.

The Police are yet to comment on the incident.

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