A midnight attack in a Nigerian community has left some persons dead and properties burnt down.
Igangan, which has seen Yoruba-Fulani tensions early this year was attacked in the night according to reports by Premium Times.
Igangan, which is located in Oyo state became popular following an eviction notice given to the Fulani residence to leave the community by a Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho.
Premium Times noted to receiving still and motion pictures which showed human bodies hacked and blood stains all over.
The news outlet also noted that they saw a burnt down filling station and at least a burnt car from the video which they reviewed in an attack which took the residence unaware.
Survivors also recanted their ordeal in the midnight attack to the news outlet noted it was a reprisal attack from the Fulani.
The helmsman of Oyo State Oluseyi Makinde, has confirmed receiving the news of the attack and noted to be getting briefing from the incidence.
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