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Herdsmen ambush, kill Chief Park Ranger in Taraba State

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A group of suspected herdsmen have butchered the Chief Park Ranger of Gashaka-Gumti National park, Haman Njidda, in an ambush.

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Gashaka National park is located in Taraba State with 625,000 acres of land, sharing border with Adamawa and republic of Cameroon.


Late Njidda led a team on a patrol around Buspan/Tipsan axis where they encountered the herdsmen who allegedly butchered him to death while scampering for safety.

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The attack regrettably took place in the midst of an ongoing anti-open grazing bill sponsored by the government of Governor Ishaku Darius of Taraba state.


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