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Da Dumi-Dumi: An gwabza fada tsakanin Yarbawa da Hausawa a Legas

Lamarin ya farune a Igbo-Olomu dake Ikorodu a jihar ta Legas inda da safiyar yau, Alhamis, 8 ga watan October fadan ya barke tsakanin Hausawa da Yarbawa.

 

Rahotannin farko sun bayyana cewa, mutane sun rika yin ta kansu inda aka rika shigewa gida da rufe shaguna.

PMnews ta ruwaito wani mazaunin unguwar na cewa mutane sun shiga gida inda baka ganin kowa a waje unguwar ta zama kamar kufai. Dalilin fadan shine wani dan achaba Bahaushene ya dauki wani bayerabe ya kaishi unguwar amma sai yaki biyanshi kudi wanda hakan ne ya kai ga rikici ya barke ya zama na kabilanci.

 

Wata majiya ta bayyana cewa an ga wani mutum yashe a kasa amma babu tabbacin yana da rai ko ya mutu.

 

Da aka tuntubi kakakin ‘yansandan Legas, Muyiwa Adejobi ya bayyana cewa baya jin abinda ake fadi saboda yana gurin hayaniya saidai wata majiyar ‘yansandan tace an garzaya da jami’an tsaro wajan.

 

 

Igbo-Olomu in Ikorodu area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria is boiling following brutal clash between Hausa and Yoruba dwellers in the area.

PM NEWS gathered that the clash started on Thursday morning and as is currently ongoing.

 

There was pandemonium in the area as traders, residents fled into their houses, with dangerous weapons being freely used.

 

It was gathered that the clash resulted as an Hausa okada rider rode a Yoruba passenger to the area.

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The Yoruba man, it was learnt, refused to pay the fare which resulted in altercation, which further degenerated into ethnic clash.

 

An eyewitness in the area who said he fled into his house with his family, stated that Igbo-Olomu was now like a ghost town as residents fled into their houses to avoid being caught in the clash.

 

Residents have started calling their loved ones who went to work not to come home or to be careful as the clash was still on.

 

An unconfirmed source told PM NEWS that a man had been spotted dropped to the ground, but could not tell whether he was dead or not.

 

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Lagos State Police Command, Muyiwa Adejobi said he could not hear what the reporter was saying as he was in a noisy environment, scene of the gas explosion at Baruwa area of Lagos.

 

But a top police source said policemen had been drafted to the area to maintain peace.

 

The too police chief added that the Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu had ordered the police to get the community leaders in the area in a bid to resolve crisis.

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