A 24-year-old man, Daniel, who was matcheted by some Fulani herdsmen in Imafon community in Igbatoro area Akure has said he was certain of the identity of the assailants, noting that if he came across one of them he would recognise him.
Daniel, an indigene of Akwa-Ibom doing Okada business in Akure, who claimed he just bought the motorcycle for commercial purpose said two Fulani herdsmen stopped him and told him to convey them to Ibafo to and from on Wednesday evening, but surprisingly, on their way they matcheted him to the point of death and took the motorcycle away.
He was, however, rescued by a good Samaritan who took him to the Police clinic.
Narrating his ordeal at the hospital bed, Daniel, who was surrounded by his sister, friends, with a patched head, noted that he was very sure of the identity of those who attacked him, emphasising that they were pure Fulani men.
According to him, if not for one Pastor B. Ajayi who rescued him to the hospital, donated blood for him and also paid part of the treatment bill, he would have died from bleeding.
He, therefore appealed to the security agents to help him retrieve his motorcycle, noting that it was on a higher purchase, and also seeks justice, as his head was full of scars.