For sometime now, the issues of these Fulani herdsmen, who rear their cattle in Ghana has become a serious problem for the citizens who live in those communities, since most of them are ruthless and not law-abiding.
This afternoon, it has been reported by Angel Fm’s mid-day news read by Kojo Dickson that a 19 years old cassava farmer called Samuel Frimpong has been butchered by these Fulani men after she approached them concerning the activities of the cattle on his farm.
As of now, Samuel has been admitted to the Gomoa Potsin polyclinic. And according to the central region correspondent of Angel Fm, the Fulani men rape women, when they attack them on their farms and up to now, none of them has been arrested.
What do you think should be done, so that these attacks on Ghanaians by these Fulani herdsmen will stop? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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