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ICC Note: The Fulani Militants continue to commit mass murder in Nigeria. The week of July 9 starts off with another bloody attack in Adamawa State where civilians reported few villages and other communities were targeted. A total of 50 people were murdered the same day.

07/12/2018 Nigeria (The Sun) – Over 50 People were reported to have been killed in another bloody attack, on Monday night, in several communities bothering Adamawa and Taraba States.

Locals told Daily Sun that some Fulani militia attacked several ethnic villages of Gojefa, Bujum Yashi, Bujum Waya, Sabonlayi and Bujum Kasuwa villages in Numan Local Government area of Adamawa State.

Other communities affected by the onslaught included Anguwan Bishop Yotti, Todung, Budon, Bunzum and Bamga Dutse in Taraba State.

One of the locals who survived the mayhem, identified as Galilee Ishaku, a resident of Sabon Layi said, “They are Fulanis who attacked us and they came when we were in the market because it’s market day.

“They suddenly entered our village and started shooting. We ran and cross over the river. They followed us and kept on shooting.

“Right now as I am talking, they are in our village, grazing on our farms.

“The people I know that were killed were about 13 people but many of our villagers are still unaccounted for.”

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