According to an online report, Mr Mnyim was one of the victims attacked by Fulani herdsmen when they struck in Guma/Logo, Benue last month, and he was seriously cut on his head which made him undergo surgery to cover the deep cuts he sustained on the head. Mr Mnyim has fully recovered and ready to go home from the hospital.
Alakih Maxwell shared before and after photos of Mr Mnyim head on Facebook and wrote;
To God be the glory!!! One of the victims of the January 2 Fulani Herdsmen massacre in Guma/Logo. Mr. Mnyim is in good shape & ready to return home from the hospital.
See more photos below;
Herdsmen attacks have been on the rise in some state in Nigeria lately but the Nigerian Army troops of Sector 1 Sub-Sector A, deployed at Yelwata while on routine patrol arrested 10 herdsmen destroying farmlands at Tse-Tigir and Tse-Ndugh villages in Benue state yesterday.
The effort of the Nigerian Army to fish out criminals and protect farmlands in Benue State and it environ in the ongoing Exercise Ayem Akpatuma is yielding tremendous result as troops of Sector 1 Sub-Sector A, deployed at Yelwata, while on routine patrol arrested 10 herdsmen destroying farmland at Tse-Tigir and Tse-Ndugh villages on Monday.
While in the act of destroying the farmland the herdsmen sighted the aggressive troops and fled into the Bush. The determine troops pursued and arrested them.
Items recovered were five motorcycles, two machetes, some assorted charms and N120,000. Suspects and items were handed over to the Nigerian Police for further necessary action.
The Nigerian Army said in a statement by its spokesman, Brigadier General Texas Chukwu, that it is determined to fish out criminals and recover weapons used in killing innocent citizens, adding:
“Therefore the public is please requested to cooperate and support the Army on the ongoing exercise.”