By Esther Okafor
Women dressed half-naked on Tuesday protested killings by herdsmen on Ninte village in Godogodo Chiefdom of Jema’a Local Government, Kaduna State.
According to report the women took to the palace of the Chief of Godogodo to stage their protest.
Spokesperson of the protesters, Deborah Reuben, accused the government of insensitivity to their plight since the incident started in May.
“The situation is unhealthy as it is no longer safe.
“The government we voted into power has left us at the mercy of armed herdsmen, farms cannot be cultivated in the face of high level of impunity,” she lamented.
Responding, Chief of Godogodo, Malam Iliya Ajiya pleaded with the women to remain calm as everything possible was being done to bring the situation under control.
Interim Chairman of Jema’a local council, Bege Katukah confirmed to NAN in a telephone interview that security men had been mobilized to the affected community.
NAN learnt that residents of the affected villages have been relocating to Godogodo, Antang and Gidan Waya, for their safety.