Tension In Adamawa Community, 5 Killed In An Ongoing Ethnic violence


SAHARANEWS – At least five persons were feared killed in an ongoing ethnic violence in Tinno community, in Lamurde Local Government Area of Adamawa state.

Residents told PREMIUM TIMES violence erupted following a disagreement between the Hausa community and Chabo tribe, after a motorcycle accident.

A source said, “The violence began around 9:a.m Friday and the fighting is still going as of 3:p.m. You can hear the sound of gunshots from the background as we talk.”

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“As I’m talking to you now, we counted the corpses of five persons, and there are no security personnel drafted in the area yet,” a resident of the area who asked not to be named for security reasons said.

The state police spokesperson, Sulaiman Nugroje, confirmed the incident but did not give details


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