A Yoruba lady living in Igboora Oyo community and a Fulani woman have met their untimely death during a clash between Fulanis and the Yorubas on Friday
It was reliably gathered that the popular Yoruba freedom fighter, Sunday Adeyemo popularly called Sunday Igboho alongside his supporters fulfilled their threats by storming the Igangan community to chase the Funanis.
Adeyemo and his teeming supporters allegedly stormed the community to eject the Seriki Fulani, Salihu Abdukadir, and other herdsmen accused of criminal activities in the community.
The number of deaths have not been confirmed, but unconfirmed reports say that scores of people were killed.and property worth millions destroyed.
Speaking to Punch, Igangan residents said at least one youth from Igboora was killed by Fulani fighters.
Abdulkadir, the Seriki Fulani in the town also said that ha had to flee the town before the arrival of Igboho
Meanwhile, Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde had warned people fueling violence to stop it.
He said, He said, “For people stoking ethnic tension, they are criminals and once you get them, they should be arrested and treated like common criminals.
“For this administration, the major pillar for us is security, because we know that all the good economic plans we have won’t be possible in an atmosphere of chaos and insecurity.
“So, when people say things that are neither lawful nor within the spirit of Nigeria’s Constitution, it is not acceptable here. And they cannot hide under the guise of protecting Yoruba’s interest to perpetuate chaos in the state.
“I am sure that since you came in, you must have heard about some things happening at Ibarapa axis of the state. I will still say it here that we are not after Hausa-Fulani. We are after criminals.