Breaking: Hausa clashes with Fulani in Lagos, one feared dead, many injured (photos)

One of the victims of the clash receiving treatment after the incident. Photo: RRS

One of the victims of the clash receiving treatment after the incident. Photo: RRS

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One Hausa man has been reportedly killed when the northerners clashed with Fulani herdsmen in Abattoir area of Agege, Lagos state.
One of the victims of the clash.

According to tweets by the Rapid Response Squad, the impasse was between youths of both tribes.

RRS officers on Ground to douse the tension created by Hausa and Fulani misunderstanding in Abattoir, Agege, Lagos pic.twitter.com/SZsExqbX45

— Rapid Response Squad (@rrslagos767) September 7, 2016

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Efforts in progress to settle the dispute between fueding Hausa & Fulani youth @ Abattoir, Agege pic.twitter.com/r87Im94UCl

— Rapid Response Squad (@rrslagos767) September 7, 2016

1 Hausa killed, scores sustained matchetes wounds as Hausa & Fulani youth engaged themselves in Abattoir, Agege pic.twitter.com/w9qMK4NlpM

— Rapid Response Squad (@rrslagos767) September 7, 2016

As at the time of filing this report, it was not clear what caused the disagreement between both tribes believed to always be in support of each other.

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Calm has since been restored to the area as the security operatives have reacted swiftly to the distress call.

Recently, a report by New Telegraph indicated that Fulani herdsmen invaded the national stadium in Abuja to feed their cattle.

According to the report, sometimes the herdsmen overwhelm the stadium security officials who try to stop them from their activities, especially at the Package B section of the stadium.

“It has been a routine for these herdsmen to herd their cows to this place for grazing, especially in the last one year. They invade the stadium at will and it seems nobody is ready to stop or caution them,” a security official attached to the stadium said while confirming the report.

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On his part, the stadium manager, Sati Mbok, said the management has been making frantic efforts to stop the herdsmen, but they have rather continued to increase in their numbers.

Some of those arrested by the after the clash in Lagos. Photo: RRS

Some of those arrested by the after the clash in Lagos. Photo: RRS

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