Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde called for calm among Yoruba in Ibadan after the Hausa ethnic group clashed over the weekend inside Sasha market in southern state -western Nigeria.
Makinde begs all the groups they involve for the katakata and kill ten pipo wunjure over a hundred odas for Sasha’s market, for the state capital Ibadan, to calm them down.
Govnor Seyi Makinde, wey bin visit di area wey di violence happun, encourage di Fulani and Yoruba ethnic groups make them embrace peace, come add pledge say i will do justice to pipo wey get hand for di katakata.
[Yoruba Hausa clash in Ibadan] – The witness reacts
Pipo Wey Bin Curry Eye sees how Di Kasala got started inside a market after a Hausa wheelbarrow pusher allegedly hit a Yoruba man, killing Am as they quarrel.
Di Man’s death prompts Yoruba youth to take revenge on members of the Hausa community.
The chairman of the Sasha Market Traders Union told the BBC that at least ten pipo were dead and more than a hundred injured, as well as many shops and houses set on fire for the fighting.
Police say they must investigate, but human rights group Amnesty International is calling for an independent investigation into di mata.
[Yoruba Hausa clash in Ibadan] – How the federal government is reacting
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari does not promise to say that the regime does not allow any ethnic or religious group to provoke hatred and katakata against oda groups.
Presido Buhari through the Senior Special Advisor on Media and Advertising, Garba Shehu hala dis one for declaration afta di ethnic violence wey happun for Sasha community for Ibadan southwest Nigeria
Nigerian Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo wey from the South West region also spoke about the event for the Sasha region in Oyo state.
“If there is a disagreement between pipo or a pesin commits a criminal act against anoda pesin, we make sure to say that we see it as – criminal – sometimes we will punish based on the law. No ethnic conflict. “
Vice President Osinbajo bin dey visits the Di Jakande family on a condolence visit for Lagos wen e yan dis one.
âI heard about Kasala’s unfortunate bust and the loss of life for Sasha’s market in days gone by.
Sasha Market is a âmelting potâ for traders who have been bringing food from north to southwest for decades. For many years the traders in the North have run business with the brethren in the Southwest and they live in peace and even marry each other.
Sasha is a place of unity “.
[Yoruba Hausa clash in Ibadan] – Fund
On Friday February 12, a kasala bust for the popular Sasha market in Ibadan, Oyo state, southwest Nigeria, after youth from the Hausa and Yoruba communities fight.
According to tori pipo na local misunderstanding start di mata and na so di two tribes com dey scata di zone.
Authorities later deploy security in Sasha Market, but at present 50 stores and a lot of goods and goods are not going to spoil.
Dem even tiff from some stores. Di Oyo State Goment order di brutal closure of Sasha’s market for Akinyele Local Goment Area of ââIbadan.
Dis na kata kata wey shele sake on Friday. For the statement wey di chief press secretary of governor Seyi Makinde, Mr. Taiwo Adisa, let it go, im sake dem set di curfew, promulgate the law and do not order dabaru for the di area as denm also for Sasha and the di market area.
The curfew is from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Inside the statement, they warned residents of the area to tell them to make sure they run their legal and legitimate affairs peacefully, as they add that anyone who shakes hands for the violence is going to feel the pepper of the wrath of the law.