Fulani Herdsmen kill 2 Expatriates, Director of Adamawa State Ministry of Land and Survey

by on February 2, 2017

Gunmen have killed two foreigners and five Nigerians in­cluding a director with the Adamawa State Ministry of Land and Survey.

The two white men were said to be in the state on an official assignment on the demarcation of the bound­ary between Nigeria and Cameroun.

The foreigners believed to be contractors were killed alongside the five Nigerians in Toungo Lo­cal Government Area of Adamawa State while they were demarcating the boundaries of some of the villages in the state.

According to agency re­ports, the slain director of the Land and Survey Min­istry was simply identified as Zakaria.

As at press time, the po­lice were yet to confirm the incident. However, a source in the state linked the killing to Fulani herds­men who have been on the rampage in most parts of the country.

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