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Photos: The Death Toll Of Hausa & Yoruba Clash In Ajiliti Mile 12 Lagos Jumps To 10, 50 Arrested

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Photos: The Death Toll Of Hausa & Yoruba Clash In Ajiliti Mile 12 Lagos Jumps To 10, 50 Arrested

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March 4, 2016 – Pictures: The Death Toll Of Hausa & Yoruba Clash In Ajiliti Mile 12 Lagos Jumps To 10, 50 Arrested

The death toll of the violent fight that broke out between the AgilitI boys of Yoruba descent and some Hausas in Mile 12 area of Lagos has jumped to 10.

The fight broke out after an Hausa motorcyclist knocked down a pregnant woman and refused to take her to hospital. He said the motorcycle association, which was always quick to collect toll from them, should see to the woman’s medical attention. Angry Yoruba boys impounded his motorcycle and those of other Hausa riders and set them ablaze. The Hausa boys left in a huff.

They regrouped and returned for a reprisal. Before people knew what was happening, the ground had turned red. Yesterday, Yoruba boys stormed the tomatoes section of the market and swooped on Hausa traders. A trader, who gave her name as Mrs. Titilayo said:

“They started fighting since Tuesday evening. At least 10 persons have been killed. Houses and motorcycles belonging to the Hausa men were burnt. Today, the Hausa men came with their men, welding weapons of all kinds.

The Hausa riders were riding against traffic. They were causing accidents every day. That was why the Yoruba boys set their motorcycles on fire.”

Police IGP Owoseni said that over 50 suspects had been arrested in connection with the clash that claimed the lives of 10 people and injured several policemen.

24 Comments

24 Comments

  1. fifelomo

    March 4, 2016 at 3:21 AM

    Do we really need to be fighting ourselves in this country? Whole lots of properties destroyed n this has also claimed lives. Honestly, we r one and if we really wanna fight let’s tackle all this wick politicians who care less about us.

    • Ama

      March 5, 2016 at 9:38 AM

      No be only one.be deceiving ur self there.

  2. Omokehinde

    March 4, 2016 at 4:32 AM

    I urge Gov. AMBODE to initiate immediate investigation of what happened in Mile 12, the actual cause of ugly incident, and how to prevent such tribal tension and destruction of lives and properties from occurring again. However, the masterminders of such massacres should be punished according to the existing laws of Lago state. The governor should demostrate after the investigation that criminal behaviors in term of tribal conflicts will never be tolerated in the “Center of Excellence” by any group or trive in Lago state. Lagos Police Command should be more aggressive in their quest to disarm crooks and criminals fueling this crisis. Finally, the federal government should recruit more police officers, build more police stations based on the population of the area, buy better communication gadgets, vehicles, latest weapons, and increase salaries and benefits of our police officers, all our law enforcement officers, and the military personnel. This will help to reduce violence and crime rates in highey dense areas/states in Nigeria.

    • Metu Nyetu

      March 4, 2016 at 5:19 AM

      10/10@ Omokehinde.

  3. ameen

    March 4, 2016 at 6:04 AM

    Thanks your Omokehinde for your Terrific comment may God continue to enrich your brain infact you have said it all, that’s only what can solve the situation/problem on ground. The Lagos state government in their house of Assembly should set up a panel to do thorough investigation on it and they should all those that involved in the clash turned violence and bring them to book and face the consequence of their action if not such action will ensue again in that area. God bless Lagos state, God bless Kwara state, God bless state of Osun and God bless Nigerian in general

  4. swipzy

    March 4, 2016 at 6:42 AM

    OMG.what are they fighting for.those that give there lyf may they soul rest in peace

  5. sola olaniyi

    March 4, 2016 at 7:22 AM

    Senseless idiots

  6. my lady

    March 4, 2016 at 7:22 AM

    This is barbaric

  7. Omorin

    March 4, 2016 at 7:38 AM

    Omokehinde your comment is on point as always, but I would like to point out that is it not this same Ambode government that returned okada riders to major highways. Fashola assisted in greatly curbing this menace but now you see okada riders facing incoming traffic even on Eko bridge! This Akinbode government has set us back by at least 4 years.
    Be that as it may nobody should be allowed to take laws into their hands via reprisal attacks!

    • Omokehinde

      March 4, 2016 at 7:46 PM

      Hello Omorin,
      You are absolutely right. The return of reckless Okada riders on major roads in Lagos by Gov. Ambode is a terrible decision and a reverse of Gov. Fashola achievement. If Ambode didn’t access his falling social and economic policies in Lagos state, Ambode will surely be a one term governor of the great state of Lagos. So far, I’m not too impressed with his performance, but he has time to reevaluate his policies in the “Center of Excellence” I will give the governor the benefits of the doubt that he will begin to continue Fashola good job and even add some new progress to it.

  8. precious

    March 4, 2016 at 8:24 AM

    this is really an ugly incident, the life of innocent citizen was taking because of some bunch of idiots. the.

  9. D Hunter

    March 4, 2016 at 8:37 AM

    Whn u gradu8d 4rm Almajeri skol, whc I lk 2 call:- (Institute of Destitudes), ur behavior must as a mata of facts, differ 4rm u knw, ordinary ppl. Just lk 9th n day.

    They grow up blvn they can do anytin n get away wt it just lk dat.
    If I wnt 2 talk nw sb wll come up n start accusing me of bn tribal or religious bias. Odawise, hw cld any human being in his normal sense knock down a heavily pregnant woman n b obstin8 abt tkn her 2 d hospital 4 immedia8 check up 2 acertain n effect necessary treatment? Nt caring weda d woman wll hv complications or nt.

    D worse is, instead of his low-brainy kinsmen 2 reprimand him 4 bn careless n nonchlant, they rada chose 2 stage a war in his defence. Just imagine dat? My ppl, wat do we call dese set of ppl?

    Try dis in d North n u‘ll meet ur sorry end. Evn d entire membas of ur family wld nt b spared.

    #MyHuntingSpreeContinues#

  10. Olorungbeja olumide

    March 4, 2016 at 9:25 AM

    God save us from dis people

  11. Tee

    March 4, 2016 at 9:26 AM

    My heart bleeds , what a waste of life, how can we go on like this, wickedness and evil everywhere. it appears lawlessness is the main factor in all of these, they should have let the police deal with it; this tribal rivalry is getting out of hand, the government should do a campaign to sensitized the populace on this issue of jungle justice to make people aware that it is not acceptable and anyone found breaking the law should be severely dealt with.

  12. Maryf

    March 4, 2016 at 10:31 AM

    All is vanity. All these nonsense will not help us in this country.

  13. Amazon

    March 4, 2016 at 10:41 AM

    Pls as I said before this Hausa people should not be part of this country. They have finished this country, they deadly & wicked

  14. jojo

    March 4, 2016 at 1:42 PM

    people just take laws into their hands and do what they like because we are living in a lawless country. just imagine the nonsense.

  15. chyna

    March 4, 2016 at 2:18 PM

    This is madness

  16. Olanrewaju

    March 4, 2016 at 4:08 PM

    Fighting and killing isn’t the solution. The police should do their job asap

  17. Abolaji Abayomi Godwin

    March 4, 2016 at 5:10 PM

    @D Hunter. U’ve said d bitter truth. I fact dey are d problem of this cont3

  18. ALH RILWAN ROTIMI

    March 4, 2016 at 8:55 PM

    Na wa oo! i knew dat some animals in human gown mst contribute nonsense in dis matter, u dat u cal ur self a hunter or wat eva, dat sentiment which full dat ur black sense must kil u. U always says bad, i knows u vry well, useless man. I’am nt saying d okada hausa man is right, but wat brought sentiment 4 u animal 2 generalise al d tribe bcos of pers? even, woman sense work pass ur dirty sense, stupid human being. OMOKEHINDE, may God rewards u 4 d contribution u gave, u & other rational people, olorun aawa pelu gbogbo yin, eni toro je- eni toro mu, ilu wa nigeria ati ipinle eko oma da, pelu ogun olorun.

  19. samuel ehis

    March 5, 2016 at 7:05 AM

    Yorubas are harvesting what they plant, that is just the begining. Up buhari,he will take nigeria to the next level

  20. Fatai abdullahi

    March 5, 2016 at 3:06 PM

    I think not just d Lagos state government should take a look at d situation president buhari should specially set up good police or military osfficer panel that will take a look at dis kind of situation this is getting too much if Hausa and yoruba are not fighting today then it will be Hausa and Igbo or egun so just jailing this people or sacking police and army find to be too corrupt or supporting one group more than d order is not d solution I think d first thing that needs to be done is for some of our political and police leaders show good example how do u expect an ordinary police officer that’s getting between 30 to40thosand naira respect d system or d law when he saw how politicians are stealing millions and billions of US dollars that won’t make sense or be justified to anybody or police officer during d time of tafabalogun as d inspector general of police he was systematically asking poor police officers who are earning about25thousand naira to give him d five thousand naira on top so that he and his family can be rich fat and happy and d poor police man go home and suffer with there family so when they expose what he was doing to president obasanjo who have no idea of what was happening to d police then obasanjo got Tafa balogun arrested and jailed Tafa exposed senior officer which he believed were corrupt to d authority that’s y some are fired and some are left alone to continue with there job when there’s no enough evidence to convict some other senior officers when late president yaradua take over power in nigeria d first thing he did was to declare all is asset president buhari did d same and this will give people more confidence in d system so just d public or police secretly recording police officer taking big bribe as evidence of there corruption or law breaking alone will not sort out all this problems.

  21. Mae

    March 5, 2016 at 8:27 PM

    Division is just the solution…

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