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Normalcy Returns To Oke-Odo After Yoruba-Hausa traders clash left one injured

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Normalcy Returns To Oke-Odo After Yoruba-Hausa traders clash left one injured

Edwin Eriye

Normalcy has returned to the scene of the crises in Oke-Odo area of Lagos State as Lagos Taskforce arrives the area to arrest the situation.

At least one person has been reported to BlackBox Nigeria to have sustained serious injury as Hausa and Yoruba traders clash at the famous Oke-Odo market on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway on Sunday.

The clash which shut down the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, impeded vehicles heading to Lagos from Sango in Ogun state, as well as vehicles heading to Oshodi from Abule-egba, reports hold that other part of Lagos has been static traffic-wise.

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