a Fulani shepherd entered the Soyinka complex in search of a missing cow
Ogun State Police responded to a viral video alleging Fulani pastors had invaded Professor Wole Soyink’s home in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.
In an attempt to establish the truth, the police reported that a young Fulani boy Avalu Muhammad, whose cow had disappeared, entered the vicinity of Soyinka in search of the animal.
“While a person from the Fulani tribe was looking for a stray cow around the Kemta estate, where the house of Professor Wole soink is located, the professor himself, who was leaving, saw a person from the Fulani tribe with cows and went down to ask where“ The man was walking with the cows. He immediately asked a Fulani to take the cattle away from the area, ”police spokesman Ogun Abimbol Oyemi said in a statement.
Oeyemi said that a Kemta Division police officer who learned of the incident quickly arrived at the scene with his patrol team.
It was stated that the entire site was inspected by the OI and it was found to be just a stray cow case, stating that nothing was damaged or tampered with.
“Therefore, it was unexpected to see a popular video on social networks stating that Fulani shepherds invaded the house of the respected professor Wole soink with the aim of attacking or killing him.
“The video is nothing more than a calculated attempt by the creators of the prank to cause panic in the minds of people. There is nothing better than invading or attacking Professor Wole Soyink’s house, ”he said.
Source: – Daily Post