Anxiety in Ogun as herdsmen write 8 Ogun communities, plot fresh attacks after Abiodun's visit to Buhari Amid ethnic tension in Ogun over the farmer-herder crisis, Fulani herdsmen under the aegis of Miyetti Allah have written to some communities in the state, telling them to expect fresh attacks. The paramount ruler of Yewaland and the Olu of Ilaro, Oba Kehinde Olugbenle, made this fear-instilling disclosure when some governors from the north paid a visit to his palace. It would be recalled that Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano, Sani Bello of Niger, Muhammed Matawalle of Zamfara, Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi and Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo state paid a visit to Ogun over the ensuing violence taking ethnic colouration in the state. Herdsmen have written Ogun communities over fresh attacks. Their visit came after suspected Fulani herders attacked Igbooro, Oja-Odan in Yewa North local government area, leading to the death of two villagers. The suspected herdsmen reportedly invaded the village close to Eggua in Oja-Odan, setting ablaze three houses and storehouses. Oba Kehinde Olugbenle said he personally received the letter written to at least eight communities under his kingdom, This Day reports. The governor brought the report of violence that ensued over the weekend between host communities in Yewaland and the herders, and measures put in place by the government to put an end to the ensuing bedlam in the state.