Herdsmen In Confusion As Ghana Police Boss Gives ‘Shoot, Kill On Sight’ Order
Contrary to how the Nigerian Police has been handling the criminal activities of Herdsmen in Nigeria, A Ghanaian police boss has ordered his officers to shoot and kill on sight any herdsman who dare to kill them.
Some herdsmen have engaged in the taking of innocent lives in Nigeria recently. The criminal act is being witnessed mainly in the north-central and northern part of the country.
Benue and Taraba have recently recorded the death of hundreds of its citizens who have been killed by the herdsmen.
The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, MACBAN, has recently come out to defend the vicious act while the Governor of Benue, Samuel Ortom, on the other hand, has accused the Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris of not carrying out his duties properly.
The order by the Ghanaian police boss was relayed in a video which has gone viral on the internet.
The police boss was seen in the video giving instructions to about two hundred officers to shoot and kill on sight, any herdsman who tries to kill them.
The Police boss has also started to carry out the pronouncement of a court which has ordered all herdsmen to leave a community called Agogo in the state.
The Police boss and his men were seen in the video killing every cattle they come across.
This act has made the herdsmen have a sobber reflection as they are now pleading with the government to give them at least two days to leave the community.
The activities of the herdsmen killing innocent people in Agogo community had occupied the media recently.
The Nigerian government is also on the move to take a strong action against the activities of the herdsmen in the country.