Taraba State
government under the
leadership of Governor
Darius Ishaku has
returned over 100 cattle
that were stolen by
unidentified gunmen
to the original owners
at Seseni village in Bali
Local Government Area of
Taraba State.
The 119 cattle were
reported to have been
stolen at gunpoint at
Senseni village two weeks
ago, the cattle rustlers
killed the shepherd of the
cattle, Muhamed Yahaya
in the process.
The cattle rustlers
were said to be carrying
sophisticated arms
according to eyewitness.
“They were carrying
heavy arms; they were also
hostile in their approaches,
we the passersby had to
run for our lives because
of the way the cattle
rustlers were behaving,”
the eyewitness spoke in
Hausa language.
Presenting the stolen
cattle to the original
owners at Senseni village
yesterday, the Special
Adviser to Governor
Ishaku on security
matters, Wunuken Angyu,
said that the cattle were
recovered from the cattle
rustlers due to instructions
from Governor Ishaku
that no stone should be
left unturned to recover
the cattle.
Angyu said the recovery
of the cattle from the
rustlers was tireless efforts
by the vigilant groups
within the area.
He further review that
the cattle were recovered
at Sunti Village in Donga
Local Government Area of
Taraba State;
The special adviser
further said that the cattle
rustlers were still at large.
The governor through
the adviser warned that
the security agents in the
state would not give room
for cattle rustling, adding
that the government was
doing everything possible
to arrest those behind the

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