Whistle Nigeria - Mr. Isaiah Ishaku, the victim of Tuesday's May Day attack in Daffo village, Bokkos Local Government Area of Plateau State was yesterday laid to rest in his hometown, Josho amid tears and sorrow.

Whistle Nigeria leant that residents of the community had yet to recover from the deadly attacks of January and March 2018 when the gunmen struck on Tuesday.

The January and March attacks, reports say left over 30 killed, 20 injured and 10 missing.

Over 1000 houses were equally razed down as over 7000 natives were sacked from nine villages, local media report.

The latest attack, Whistle Nigeria gathers has threatened the return of the internally displaced persons to their ancestral homes.

One of them who pleaded anonymity said most of them that have returned are already having a rethink owing to the Tuesday attack.

The attack which was on the village's market day occurred near Fubok Faram, few meters away from a military checkpoint, sources say.

Two people riding on a motorcycle - Late Mr. Ishaku and one Samson Mafulul were gunned down by the attackers who had laid an ambush in the hills, WN learns.

While Mr. Ishaku was killed at the spot, Mr. Mafulul sustained various degrees of injuries.

Eight Fulani residents of Daffo have been arrested in connection with the crime.

They are expected to be handed over to the Police for further interrogation and ssubsequent trial.