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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Osun state Nigeria: 5 dead as Hausa, Yoruba communities clash in Osun

Osun state Nigeria: 5 dead as Hausa, Yoruba communities clash in Osun



Published by Family Writers

Five persons have been reported dead following a clash between Hausa and Yoruba communities in Osun. According to the reports, areas that were most volatile with the clash are the Sabo, Lagere and Olaoluwa areas of Ile-Ife, Osun state. The official cause of the clash is yet to be ascertained but reports alleged that some Hausa men were accused of raping and harassing wives of Yoruba men in the Sabo area of Ile-Ife. As a result, the Yoruba men attacked the Hausa community in a clash that erupted Tuesday and culminated into a deadly one on Wednesday.


In the pictures available so far, some of the victims are seen burnt to ashes with a tyre still hanging on one of them in the street. The report also has it that the Sabo area has been completely locked down as all the stalls belonging to the Hausas situated in Lagere area have been completely destroyed along with the goods.

It also said Security agencies comprising the Police and the Army have moved in to contain the situation. Details soon…

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1 comment

  1. This is just the beginning. It will get worse when Biafra is restored. For sure, the Hausa-Fulani will turn against the Yoruba when Biafrans are out. What a savage and barbaric people.

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