Hausa and Yoruba traders clash in Lagos market

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The situation has reportedly escalated as traders started burning wares and make-shift tents.

Hausa and Yoruba traders clash at Ile-Epo market (Punch)

Ethnic clash has reportedly broken out between Hausa and Yoruba traders at the food stuff market in Ile Epo, Oke-Odo, Lagos.

According to the Cable, the conflict started on the night of Saturday, August 17, 2019, when traders at the market clashed over a yet to be known issue.
The situation has reportedly escalated as traders started burning wares and make-shift tents.
Punch reports that one person has been injured in the clash.
At the moment, there’s traffic lock down as vehicles along Lagos-Abeokuta express way as vehicles moving to Abule-Egba from Oshodi and other parts of the state are reportedly trapped.
Details later…

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