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Family charges police to find missing Evangelist, wife, children

Fulani herdsmen

Fulani herdsmen

The family of Evangelist Martins Oko- Oboh has called on the Nigeria Police Force and other security agencies in the country to help to find the missing Evangelist, his wife and three children after attacks on Nandu and Kabamu Villages in Kaduna state by suspected herdsmen.

John Oko-Oboh, the Evangelist’s younger brother made the call in an interview in Abuja on Sunday.

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He said that the family got missing after the Herdsmen attacked Nandu and Kabamu villages in Sanga Local Government Area of Kaduna State on June 24.

He said that the Evangelist had lived in the village for so many years before the recent attack which claimed so many lives.

Martins said that he had reported the matter at the police station in Kabamu village.

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“When every other persons were reporting at the police station, we equally went there to report the matter too,”he said.

“We have tried to get across to my brother and his family all to no avail.

“I am appealing to the members of the public to also avail us of information that will lead to the whereabouts of my brother and his family,” he said.

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He appealed to the Federal Government to intervene in the incessant attacks by suspected herdsmen in the country to ensure peaceful coexistence.

“I want the Federal Government to find a lasting solution to these attacks by suspected herdsmen which threaten the unity of this country,”he said.

No fewer than 38 persons were killed in separate attacks in Nandu and Kabamu villages in Sanga Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

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