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There was a mild drama in Makurdi, the Benue State capital on Sunday after some cattle led by Fulani herdsmen invaded and disrupted church service.



The herdsmen and their cows reportedly invaded the Holy Ghost Catholic Parish, Makurdi, thereby causing palpable tension and apprehension.
The herders have continue to violate anti-grazing law in the state with the claim that the founded Benue State.
Few days ago, cows belonging to Fulani herdsmen invaded and disrupted ongoing mid-term examinations at Nwafor Orizu College of Education Demonstration Nursery, Primary and Secondary School Abata Nsugbe in Anambra state.


Also, a similar drama occurred in Ohovbe Primary School, Ikpoba-Okha local government area of Edo State where cattle chased students out of their classrooms. 

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  1. Only in Nigeria can this barbarism see the light of day!

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  2. Let the try this in ekiti state and see she will happen. I blame all these on 15th respective state governors who rather would play politics with the lives of their people. Other parts of the country carry out their business without obstructing the activities of others but these criminals called herds Men go about making troubles. It's time for state governors to take the bold step d cut this tide before it consumes the country. Ogwu m

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