The group raised the alarm in a letter addressed to Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State and jointly signed by Comrade Henry Uzoma, President and Comrade Chinedu Opara, Secretary of ONOY.
According to them, the activities of the herdsmen who they described as marauders was unbecoming because of their gory activities and bloodletting.
The group alleged that the invasion of Umuohie village farm lands by herdsmen portends grave consequences for the totally agrarian community.
They explained that the activities of some terrorist-like herdsmen have left scores of people dead in Agatu and Zaki Biam in Benue State, Nimbo Uwani in Enugu State, noting that till date nothing has been done to correct the trend.
The group called on Governor Okorocha to stop the potential threat to peace and restore security in the land.
Comrades Uzoma and Opara accused the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Umuneke police station of bias as he directed villagers to pay for a missing cow while nothing was done regarding the destruction of farmlands and livelihood of the owners.
Further, the group appealed to Governor Okorocha to reach out to the State Commissioner of Police, Mr Chris Ezike, who has already held a meeting with stakeholders to look beyond the surface to avoid escalation in future.
Ngor Okpala youths raise alarm over Fulani Herdsmen invasion Reviewed by Nene Sochi-Okereke on Thursday, 4 May 2017 Rating: