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Nomadic outlaws behead Ondo Famer

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By Teide Emomotimi

Some suspected cowboys have beheaded a farmer, Unaha Enesi, in Ago Panu Community in Owo council area of Ondo state on Thursday.

Congress gathered that the victim was beheaded on his farm located at Ago Panu at Upenmen, Owo, along Owo/Ikare road, and the killers escaped with his head.

A source narrated that family members began the search for him when he couldn’t return home during the expected days of farming.

” But, unfortunately, the search team only discovered his lifeless body in a pool of blood with his head cut off.

A friend of the deceased, who is also a farmer, Ibrahim Adeiza said “ He is a hardworking young man, an easy-going man who never quarrels with anyone.

According to Adeiza, the incident has raised serious fear among the people living in the community.

He noted ” the people are now apprehensive of going to the farm for fear of being killed.

When contacted, the state police spokesperson, Funmi Odunlami said the matter was yet to be reported to the headquarters by the Divisional Police Officer DPO in Owo.

The police spokesman pleaded for time to reach out to the DPO for full detail of the incident.