Update 2018-03-09: A curfew was declared in parts of Taraba State, including Mayo-Ndaga, due to ongoing unrest. Violent clashes were also reported from Kakara, Sherif, and from villages at the border to Cameroon.
Update 2018-03-05: According to current reports, possibly dozens of people were killed during the unrest on the Mambilla Plateau. So far affected by unrest were the villages and towns of Nyiwa, Yerimaru, Gembu, Nguroje, Likitaba, and Leme.
2018-03-04: Multiple people were killed during communal clashes between Fulani herdsmen and farmers on the Mambilla Plateau, in the eastern state of Taraba, since Thursday (01 March). Unrest occurred in Nyiwa, Yerimaru, and Gembu. Several houses were set on fire. Additional security forces were sent to the area.
Heightened security measures and operations of security forces are to be expected. Further violent clashes are possible. Travellers are advised to exercise high caution, to strictly avoid gatherings, and to follow instructions from security forces.
Gulf News, Vanguard