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11 Jun
Lawmaker Francis Ottoh Agbo took a on-the-canisters-assessment tour of communities invaded by the militants where about 130 persons were killed.
2 May
Seven Internally Displaced Persons have been confirmed dead after armed herdsmen attack a community hosting IDP camp in Makurdi.
29 Apr
Benue state governor and other residents in the state have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to declare state of emergency on security across the country.
20 Apr
In this report, Mayowa Okunato tells us the latest about attacks in Benue state by suspected armed bandits.
13 Apr
The Nigerian Army on Monday laid to rest, the remains of Captain Adeolu Adedayo and eleven other soldiers killed by bandits in Konshisha Local Government Area of Benue State.
6 Feb
NDLEA seizes blocks of compressed cannabis in Benue
23 Jan
One person killed as gunmen attack livestock guards in Benue
21 Aug 2020
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18 Jun 2019
Benue Leaders seek common front to tackle incessant conflicts.
26 Apr 2019
Nigerian Senate debates Benue, Taraba clashes.
26 Apr 2019
Benue-Taraba Clashes: Senate calls for the establishment of Mobile Police Barracks to end killings.
8 Feb 2019
Moment Buhari arrived Benue for his 2019 political campaign.

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