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Protesters burn court, police station, LG Secretariat over alleged killing of indigene in Imo community

Two hunters have been stated to have been killed by suspected herdsmen in Okun-Owa, Odogbolu Native Authorities Space of Ogun State.

Residents of the group stated they found the our bodies of the slain hunters in Oko-Agerige.

DAILY POST reviews that leaders of the group have written a letter to Okun-Owa, urging him to avoid wasting their souls.

In keeping with Asiwaju Sina Ogunbambo, the chief of the group, the hunters have been killed by herdsmen.

Ogunbambo stated they have been declared lacking on Saturday after they did not return residence an evening they launched into looking.

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“A search social gathering went to the forest and their stunning discovery was the corpses of the 2 younger males,” Ogunbambo stated within the letter despatched to Gov Abiodun.

Quoting sources who visited the scene, he disclosed that there have been gun bullets lodged on the our bodies of the useless hunters; including that cow dungs and footprints have been additionally seen on the scene of the crime.

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This, he stated, made them to reach on the conclusion that the perpetrators have been herdsmen.

Ogunbambo appealed to Gov Abiodun to behave quick by defending the lives of Okun-Owa residents.

The Ogun State Police Spokesman, Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the dying of the hunters.

Oyeyemi acknowledged that the hunters have been murdered whereas trying to find some people who have been earlier kidnapped within the forest.

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