See What Berom People Did After Fulani Villagers Were Killed In Plateau. Photos

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Some days ago, it was reported that over three persons were killed in Gura-Riyom community of Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State. The victims said to be coming from Sabongida Kanang on Sunday were attacked by some youths from Gura-Riyom in Sot Ward of Gyel under Jos South Local Government Area.

Among the victims was one Aisha Musa, a nine months pregnant woman who was killed on Sunday, 16/9/2018 and her remains were recovered on Monday 17/9/2018. Aisha was a cow milk seller in Bukuru area, according to reports.

In a Facebook post made by one Adamu Mohammed, he stated that, upon receiving news that the victims were missing, the Fulani Youth leader immediately called upon The Gwomre, “Gyel Village Head” of Jos South LGA, who is also the Ward Head of “Kwata Ward” the location where the ugly incident happened.

Mohammed reported that the Gwomre immediately called the Vigilante Commander of Jos South, the Berom Youth Leader of Jos South, the Fulani Youth leader of Jos South, the JNI Director and the DPO of B. Division, Bukuru, who commissioned a joint search for the missing persons.

This combine efforts and the positive role each person played, led to the discovery of the dead victims.

Mohammed said an investigation was carried out by the team and they gathered first hand information from the good people of Berom who revealed their displeasure with what happened to the victims. The Berom Youth leader, The VGN commander, who is also Berom and the Ward Head of Kwata, reportedly went from house to house in search of those who were suspected to be responsible for the killings. The team handed the suspects over to the Police under the authority of the Gyel Village Head and the Jos South LGA Chairman, who did not sleep that very day following what happened.

Muhammad, in his Facebook post said; “I am a living witness of what the Beroms did, which is worthy of commendation and Allah will surely bless them for their intentions are for peace to re-install at Jos South and Plateau at large.  Now we are waiting to see which measure Government will take to put an end to such.”

 

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