Makinde shuts Shasha market, imposes curfew as Hausa/Yoruba clash turns bloody

Makinde shuts Shasha market, imposes curfew as Hausa/Yoruba clash turns bloody 1

A statement by Taiwo Adisa, the chief press secretary to Governor Makinde, on Saturday, February 13, explained that the governor gave the order to close the market to forestall further breakdown of law and order.

The governor equally imposed a curfew on Shasha and the market area, running from 6pm to 7am.

The statement warned residents of the affected area to go about their legitimate businesses peacefully, stating that anyone caught perpetrating violence will face the wrath of the law.

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