A Catholic priest has spoken out about how the attack on a seminary by Fulani herdsmen, happened in Jalingo.

Reverend Father Emmanuel Atsue, a Catholic priest at the Sacred Heart Minor Seminary in Jalingo Taraba State, has shared details of Fulani herdsmen attack on the school.

It will be recalled that the herdsmen had stormed the seminary at about 12:30 a.m, on Sunday, in search of Revered Father Cornelius Koba, who they claimed had been preventing them from grazing their cattle around the school’s premise.

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They shot sporadically at the Rector’s residence, broke window glasses and windscreen of one of the vehicles and injured Father Koba.

Father Atsue, who spoke on behalf of the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese, Jalingo, also disclosed that the school has been shut down for one week to enable the students go home
to their families and recover from the trauma.

According to his speech, he said:-

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