More Deaths as Tribal Clashes Escalate in Nigeria
The death toll in tribal clashes in Nasarawa has increased to a reported 10 people - including that of a traditional ruler's sister who was allegedly burnt to death. More houses have also been razed in renewed clashes between Koro and Eggon tribesmen.
Daily Trust, 22 November 2012
He ran from Gidan Rai, in the neighbouring Doma Local Government Area, to take refuge in Agyaragu in the neighbouring Jenkwe, but Zhe Meri, the district head of Gidan Rai and his... read more »
File photo: Houses burnt in renewed tribal clashes in Nigeria.
This Day, 23 November 2012
About 10 persons and the district head of Gidan-Rai, Zhe Meri, were yesterday killed in Agyaragu in Nasarawa State as clashes between two ethnic groups degenerated.read more »
Leadership, 23 November 2012
Following a communal clash that engulfed Agyaragu community in Jenkwe Development Area of Obi Local Government, nine people have been confirmed dead including the district head of... read more »
Vanguard, 22 November 2012
About seven persons were, yesterday, reportedly killed and 14 houses burnt in the Obi Local Government Area of Nasarawa State in renewed clashes between Koro and Eggon tribesmen.read more »
Nigeria military personnel clash with militant youths in Onitsha, southeastern Nigeria February 22, 2006.
Leadership, 22 November 2012
It was sorrow, tears and shed yesterday in Agyaragu community of Obi local government area of Nasarawa State when the Eggon and Koro ethnic groups took up arms against each other... read more »