Hausas reportedly depart Ile-Ife after communal clash
Following the communal clash that left several people dead and others wounded in Ile-Ife, Osun state, the Hausas who reside in the town have allegedly started moving out.
Hundreds of Hausas were reportedly leaving in batches, through commercial buses and cars.
While some of them took Ilesa route, others followed Akure route where they could get direct vehicles to the North.
The Sun newspaper reports that the Hausa people claimed that it was only their people that lost their lives, following attacks by hoodlums whom they said, used dangerous weapons, including guns, cutlasses and cudgels among others.