11 killed in Adamawa clash 11 people are reported to have died following clashes between nomadic cattle herders and farmers in a village in Adamawa state, north eastern Nigeria.
The clash also recorded a number of destruction, as homes and farms were burned in the violence that happened on Sunday.
The Adamawa state police spokesperson, Ibrahim Muhammad who confirmed the incident said investigation is on-going to determine the cause of the fight.
Fighting between cattle herders and farmers often occur across Nigeria, as grazing herders allow their animals to graze on land and eating and destroying crops belonging to resident farmers.
These herdsmen also routinely attack and kill those who harm their cattle.