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  • Suspected Herdsmen Rape, Behead Woman In Edo
  • The University town of Ekpoma, the administrative
    headquarters of Esan West Local Government
    Area, Edo State was Wednesday thrown into
    confusion as women took to the streets to protest
    the murder of a woman identified as Mrs.
    Margaret Udiamehi, by suspected Fulani
    herdsmen, who allegedly beheaded her.
    It was gathered that the headless body of the
    deceased was found in the bush in the early
    hours of the day, while the head was later
    discovered by police operatives at a different
    location.
    The angry women chanted solidarity sounds as
    they marched through major streets​ of the town
    as they chant solidarity songs over the gruesome
    murdered of the deceased in her farm on Tuesday
    by the suspected herdsmen.
    They later took their protest to the palace of the
    traditional ruler of Ekpoma and​ the Divisional
    Police Headquarters to register their grievance
    over the incident.
    Citing the example of a woman who narrowly
    escaped death from the hands of the herdsmen
    couple of days ago, the protesters said they could
    no longer fold their arms and watch foreigners
    come into their land and destroy their crops, rape
    and kill them.
    They therefore urged all concerned authorities to
    give them adequate protection, noting that
    necessary steps​ should be taken to curb the
    excesses of the hoodlums to enable them have
    peace.
    Speaking on the incident, daughter of the
    deceased who was still in shock, said when her
    mother left for farm in the early morning and did
    not return home, the youths and other women
    became apprehensive as they embarked on a
    thorough search throughout​ the night before her
    body was discovered at about 2:00 am, with her
    head severed off.
    The Divisional Police Officer of Ekpoma Division,
    SP Franklin Akanonu, who confirmed the killing of
    the woman, said they were almost giving up in
    the search of her head before it was finally
    discovered at a different location from where the
    body was discovered.
    He appealed to the protesters to collaborate with
    the Division to fish out those behind the evil act
    through provision of useful information.
    Meanwhile, policemen were seen giving protection
    to some members of Fulani who gathered in their
    camp in Ujuelen as the Divisional Police Officer,
    DPO explained that the action was necessary to
    prevent further destruction of lives and properties.

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