Four persons were said to have been killed, and many, including children sustained varying degrees of injuries.
The attack came barely 24 hours after many were said to have been killed in Owode Ketu, an incident that was described as a reprisal to the burning of Fulani settlement during the visit of Sunday Igboho to Eggua.
A source told our correspondent that the suspected herdsmen stormed Orile-Igbooro to shoot and set houses on fire.
“Presently at Orile-Igbooro, Fulani headsmen are attacking the people of the community. They are burning the houses and shooting the villagers presently,” the source said anonymously on Friday night.