Indigenes of the Northern part of Nigeria, who were feared to have been targeted by protesters in Benin city were today seen going about their normal businesses at the Aduwawa community in the city a suburb well known for its Kara market and its access routes to the northern part of nigeria.
The Hausa's who constitute a large amount of meat and tomatoes sellers were seen by our 9jabook correspondent going about their normal business activities. though there are heavy presence of fierce looking mobile police men at strategic positions.
Truckload of tomatoes arrived from the northern part (Kano) of the country today. Businesses and other day to day activities has kicked off on full scale in the state capital but government offices, banks and some filling stations are still under lock and key.
And they say we want to break up ?
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I applaud them. It's time for men of courage to take their destiny in their hands. After all na the same blood go commot everybody body.
good to hear that
Agents of darkness, offsprings of Belzeebub reporting and speculating evil stories like this every where just to cause panic and pitch one ethnic group over the other causing religious war to distabilize Nigeria. there'll never have their true pictures on social network sites because the know the're evil and are hiding in the dark. Cowards why not show your faces. Shameless defeated imps. Una plans don fail Kpalasa's, una go chop shit very soon 4 dis naija if una no pack una baggages go America or London wey una papa and mama dey?