The lawyer was identified as Moses Udam.
The incidents have created anxiety with fears of renewed attacks by herdsmen.
Governor Samuel Ortom has condemned the renewed attacks and killings by suspected herdsmen.
He stressed that the killer herdsmen are from neighbouring countries, warning that the killings will not be allowed under his watch and security agents will be deployed to the affected communities.
“Because livestock agro-rangers are doing well these herdsmen have decided to target them. This is not right,” Ortom said.
He however asked the Federal Government to step up plans and strategies to stamp out terrorism and armed herdsmen who have been terrorising the state since 2009 and have refused to obey the state open grazing prohibition and ranches establishment law of 2017.