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Court grants 76 Enugu indigenes bail over clash with Fulani herdsmen - DailyPost Nigeria


Court grants 76 Enugu indigenes bail over clash with Fulani herdsmen - DailyPost Nigeria: DAILY POST recalls that 76 Ugwuleshi people were arrested recently by soldiers for protesting over the alleged abduction of two of their women by Fulani herdsmen.

Those arrested were charged with arson and illegal possession of arms and they were sent to Umuahia prison for two weeks.

They were however arraigned on Friday before a magistrate court on a five count charge of arson and illegal possession of dangerous weapons and burning down of 90 houses at Obinwanne, a Fulani Community Settlement in Umunneochi area of Enugu State.

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