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They Did It Just Like Cattle, Fulani Butchered 16 Year Old Girl.

A 16-year-old girl is currently receiving treatment at a hospital after she was allegedly butchered by a nomadic herdsman at Yipala, a community in the West Gonja Municipal of the Savannah Region over dam water. Without wasting much time let's read the story to see what happened.


The Northern part of Ghana is known for the rearing of cattle. Due to this a lot of sad stories has been popping up from there. Always Fulani or the herdsmen wants to impose pains on the people of the society if they attempt to stop them from destroying their crops or river bodies. Indeed these cattle are destroying our environment.

A young girl of age 16 has been injured by one Fulani herdsman after trying to stop him when his cattle came to feast on a river body. Let's see what happened.

It was a tragic scene when this young girl (victim) and her friends went to wash their clothes. The incident occurred on Sunday 17, October. Reports say the unidentified criminal went there with his cattle to drink from the dam but was asked by the young girl and her colleagues to pause until they are done washing their clothes because the cattle will muddy the water. This statement by the victim irritated the Fulani man and decided to take an action.

With help of a cutlass, the Fulani man inflicted a wound on the head of the girl. He immediately directed his cattle and left the crime environment. Since She got wounded, she was admitted to the West Gonja hospital in Damongo for treatment. Meanwhile, the parents of the victim at the time of going to press were yet to lodge an official complaint at the Damongo Police Command.


With the reports, I have conveyed, by the grace of God the girl is giving treatment for a speedy recovery. What do have to say about Fulani men causing harm to society?

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Fulani Ghana Savannah Region West Gonja Municipal

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