Photos: Hausa & Fulani Clashed At Meat Market In Oko Oba Agege Lagos,1 Killed, 4 Arrested

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September 8, 2016 – Pictures: Hausa & Fulani Clashed At Meat Market In Oko Oba Agege Lagos,1 Killed, 4 Arrested

See photos from the clash that erupted between members of the Hausa and Fulani communities at Oko Oba meat market in Agege Lagos yesterday.

It was gathered that a young Hausa girl was beaten mercilessly by a Fulani man, an action which did not go down well with the Hausa community. A reprisal attack from the Hausa community led to the fight as tension built in the area.

Before police came to quench the clash, 1 person has died while several others were seriously injured.

 

16 thoughts on “Photos: Hausa & Fulani Clashed At Meat Market In Oko Oba Agege Lagos,1 Killed, 4 Arrested

  1. I NEVER KNEW that Hausas and Fulanis could have misunderstanding among themselves; thought they had long fused into one formidable brotherhood.

  2. ever since Buhari cringed to power there has been problems every were, Tribal,political and religious killings.

    Yorubas are are to blame by putting Buhari in that position.

  3. Tension everywhere. Being meat market one can only be thankful the police succeeded in containing the situation without much more casualty than recorded. I can just imagine the knives being adeptly wielded by the meat sellers. May God help Nigeria !!!

  4. i dont understand o,why are they beating the young girl na? did they want to rape her and she refused or what? well shall i dont blame these foolish fulani men,na their brother president buhari i blame for refusing to put mouth in their excessive indulgence in the country.

  5. These two are extremely violent. Can they wake the lost soul and restore life? After settling thier disputes. Rip to the dead.

  6. Hausa and fulani, see this ignorance fellow,we all refer them as hausa oooooooo. Why their fight biko. Thank God is not yorubas

  7. So Hausa and Fulani can fight themself,i think they are half Bro.Fulanis most go back to Mali and senegal-Gambia,where their forefather came from.

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