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Some Youths of Ofumwengbe community in  Ovia Local Government Area of Edo state lock-down a major road linking Benin
expressway to Lagos, accusing Fulani herdsmen of killing a woman in the farm
It was learnt that the victim who had gone to her farm on Monday is unable to return, a development
that eventually attracted protest in the community prompting the people to
begin to search for the woman


Urban express news online
learnt that woman corps was found without her complete nature, arms and legs
was said to have been cut-off
It was also gathered that some soldiers were seen
around the scene and that there was an exchange of bullets but that it’s uncertain
those that were actually firing the shoots
The youths were said to have taken the remains of the victim and place it on the road chanting different solidarity song, particularly
requesting the presence of President mohammadu Buhari before they can leave the scene
The protest had created an artificial gridlock
along the major road, holding  many
vehicles coming from various routes around the eastern part helpless as it took
the angry youths over four hours before vehicles were allowed to go, this, accordingly was after the intervention of the security agents.
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A traveller, with name victor olatubosun who was held
in the artificial gridlock as a result of the protest said it took the intervention of Edo state Governor, Godwin Obaseki, Directing security agents to
immediately find a solution before the over four hours gridlock was entangled
Olatubosun said he was coming from Delta state when
they suddenly encountered youths protesting, “I alighted from our vehicle to
find out what was going on, only to discover that they were protesting
because a woman was allegedly killed by herdsmen
We were able to leave, as we are told that the Edo
state governor had to intervene before policemen, soldiers and other security agents
was able to intervene, and that which saw a free flow of movement that eventually made a way for  our journey to Lagos to continue 

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