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Four feared killed in Lagos riot
03 March 2016, 14:18
Lagos - Four people have been feared dead in a riot at the Mile 12 area of Lagos state.
Hoodlums were said to have set a school in the area on fire and also vandalise some vehicles.
Some policemen were reportedly injured in the clash which is said to be as a result of ethnic differences between Hausas and Yorubas.
The clash has caused a serious traffic congestion in the area.
More to follow...
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(Issouf Sanogo, AFP)
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