Nigeria: At least 300 persons, mostly women and children have been rendered homeless by the recent Fulani attacks in some Daffo, Central Plateau villages.

The displaced MKB learns are currently being camped at the COCIN Regional Church Council (RCC) headquarters, Daffo, Bokkos LGA.

The Church, it was learnt provides their feeding and accommodation among others.

Chairman of the RCC, Rev. Stephen Asugun who confirmed the figure said most of those being camped have lost houses and means of survival, aside those killed in the attacks.

He put the number of those killed in the incident at five, including a separate case at a village called Kambang.

Other sources however put the totapbnumber of those killed at 7  aside some two who are still missing.

The Chief of Daffo village, Da Bitrus Maren, receiving a delegation of the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) leaders led by its President, Rev. Dr. Dacholom Datiri in his palace in Daffo, Thursday expressed worry that no humanitarian aide has reached the village since the attacks.

The President of COCIN, Rev. Dr. Datiri who was at the village along with some of his management team members on a condolence visit wondered why the perpetrators of the attacks have remained unknown despite Nigeria's globally reputed military power.

The Police Commissioner, Plateau State Command, Undie Adie had on same Thursday told journalists that the Force was working in collaboration with other security outfits to fish out the perpetrators of such attacks.