short sleeves evening gowns

Fulani Gunmen Robbed
& Killed many On Benin Ore Road As
Policemen Ran For Cover
Gridlock was caused by the attack.

Feb 7, 2018 – Fulani Herdsmen Turned Robbers
Kidnapped, Robbed & Killed many Passengers On
Benin Ore Expressway As Policemen Ran For
Cover

Many were shot dead on Tuesday (6th Feb. 2018) when gunmen
suspected to be herdsmen attacked passengers
on Ore-Benin Road in Odigbo LGA Area of Ondo
State.
Several others were critically injured in the attack carried out around 4p.m. when buses
coming from Benin and heading to Lagos or coming from Lagos and heading to Benin or
Akure were attacked.

According to a female student, who survived the
attack, the armed men shot sporadically at the
buses and forced the passengers to flee, leaving
their buses and belongings on the road.
The terrified lady told that the incident caused gridlock for hours on the Ore- Benin-Lagos Expressway.
The female student, said she was
returning from school when they ran into the
herdsmen on the road.

Her words;
“I’m schooling at Igbinedion University, Okada. I
had planned to return to Lagos on Sunday but
when my friend told me her parents were coming
to pick her, I decided to go with them and save my money.
“We set out early. We got to Ore about 2:30p.m.
But immediately we got to a village after Ore 30 minutes later, we saw three commercial buses
parked on the highway in between the buses were two cars. We all thought it was traffic.”
The student added that the traffic had built up.
But before she knew what was happening, some
people who dressed in Fulani regalia came out
of the buses and started aiming at the tyres of vehicles in the traffic.
“Before we knew what was happening, they
started shooting those who tried to escape into the bush and a lot of people were killed in the process.
“They operated unchallenged, there was serious
commotion on the expressway; even the villagers
also run for their lives. It was a driver of a sport utility vehicle who came from behind and chased the herdsmen away from the road.”. short sleeves evening gowns

Another survivor said the armed men used one of the vehicles snatched to block the highway
and robbed passengers.
He said one of the buses on sighting the robbers
ran into the ditch and left the passengers
seriously wounded.
The source said many of the passengers ran into
the bush while two 18-seater buses, one commercial car and a private car were robbed.
Others buses belong to Young Shall Grow and Iyare Motors.
For 30 minutes, the source said, vehicles could not move on the major road linking the states as
policemen who were at various roadblocks on
the road ran for cover. He said the situation was
brought under control after the military men
moved in to dislodge the gunmen.