Curfew hit a city in Abuja

According to various eyewitness reports, trouble started when the
sarkin Hausa embarked on his traditional Muslim salah parade
with horses, retinue of armed soldiers and police with hundreds of
Hausa/Fulani youths chanting war songs and brandishing
cutlasses and sticks.
Matters came to a head when the irate youths tried to force their
way to the Etsu’s palace the traditional home of the indigenous
Gwari people, the original owners of the land when Gwari youths
mobilised themselves to stop the Hausa Fulani youths from forcing
their way to the palace.
Meanwhile fierce looking soldiers have taken over the major
streets of Bwari forcing passersby to raise their hands as they
hurry home to beat the dusk to dawn curfew.

1 Comment

  1. Good update

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