Fulani herdsmen invade Nkudwua
Farmers in isolated areas have reportedly abandoned their villages and taken refuge at Nkudwua.
According to the farmers, the herdsmen were armed with guns and machetes and have now invaded their community and were destroying farm crops, sources of drinking water and posing threat to lives and property.
A spokesperson for the farmers, Nana Kwadwo Fordjour said the invaders were seen in the area last Sunday and as result, farmers in isolated areas have abandoned their villages and taken refuge at Nkudwua.
Mr Yaw David, a teacher at Nkudwua D/A primary school said the presence of the Fulanis and their cattle was affecting school attendance as school pupils were afraid to attend classes.
When contacted, Mr Ebenezer Akuoko Frimpong, the District Chief Executive (DCE) admitted the presence of the Fulanis and said the District Security Council (DISEC) have drawn up a road map to deal with the situation.
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