The Adamawa state government has set up an 8 man fact finding committee with a view to ending the continues clashes between communities and attacks on farming communities by suspected herdsmen.

This is arising from a security meeting headed by the state governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri.

The meeting became imperative after over 30 people were said to have been killed in some Lamurde and Guyuk communities in a communal between the Lunguda and Waja tribes of southern Adamawa state.

The Adamawa state commissioner of police, Olugbenga Adeyanju who briefed newsmen after the meeting said the meeting deliberated on security threats in some communities of Numan, Lamurde and Guyuk local government areas.

Adeyanju added that during the meeting a committee of eight persons has been constituted to find out modalities and recommendations on the incessant farmer-herder clashes in the areas so that government will act upon.

While speaking on recent clash that erupted in Boshikiri community of Guyuk local government, the Police Commissioner said normalcy has been restored in the area and is now under the control of men of the Nigeria Police.