Source: Angel Fm
Fulani herdsmen have become a never-ending problem for the Fulani people. People, especially farmers, have been injured by these people who patrol with their cattle.
Kwaku Frimpong, a 19-year-old cassava farmer from Gomoah Potsin, was nearly killed when he was informed by people who saw cattle grazing on his cassava farm.
He was laying bricks as a mason in his community at the time he was told.
Kwaku Frimpong rushed to his farm to see what was really going on.
Surprisingly, he noticed the cattle grazing in large numbers on his cassava plantation. Kwaku Frimpong politely pleaded with the herders to move their cattle away from his farm so it would not be totally ruined.
Instead of agreeing with him and driving the animals away, the herdsmen attacked him with a machete, inflicting deep wounds.
If people from the area had come to his aid, Kwaku Frimpong would have been killed. The incident was identified to the local police department, but the suspect has yet to be apprehended.
At the district hospital, the victim is responding to care.
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