The Fulani residents at Eggua within the Yewa-North Native Authorities Space of Ogun State have returned to their bases after a mob burnt homes and Kara market locally.
Final week, the mob took benefit of the go to of the Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, to the realm over the killings of farmers by Fulani herdsmen.
The mob set ablaze the homes belonging to the Eggua Seriki of Fulani and others and the Kara market.
One particular person reportedly misplaced his life after the violence.
However it was gathered on Monday that the fleeing Fulani herdsmen who’re residents of the realm have been again to their bases, Punch studies.
It was gathered that the Fulani herdsmen went again to their homes and Kara market after getting the police assurance within the state of safety of lives and property.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, who spoke with our correspondent on the phone mentioned,” “They did not run away, they solely escaped. After we met with them, we’ve requested them to go and reside their lives usually.
“They escaped from the mob, however, after the safety companies have assured them that nothing would occur to them, all of them agreed to return.
“We’re working hand-in-hand with the host group to fish out the criminals amongst them.”
On how far the police have gone in unravelling the killers of Dele Olowoniyi, the farmer within the Imeko-Afon space of the state, the PPRO mentioned the command had but to make an arrest.
Olowoniyi was discovered useless on Sunday in his farm. It was alleged that some Fulani herdsmen, who invaded the village, have been accountable.
However Oyeyemi mentioned, “We’re nonetheless investigating. By the point we’ve a breakthrough in our investigation, we’ll let the general public know.”