Hausa Youths Burn Down Igbo Properties In Dei Dei Abuja — Here’s Why


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Dozens of properties have been destroyed as a result of a battle between Hausa motorcyclists and Igbo boys in Abuja.

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The incident happened in the Dei-Dei building materials market in Abuja.

Several Igbo businessmen were seen screaming out for rescue in the footage obtained by Mandy News on Twitter.

A man from Eastern Nigeria can be heard yelling and pleading with the government to grant them Biafra in one of the numerous popular videos on social media.

What is the cause of the Dei Dei Crisis?

A trailer crushed a woman who fell off a bike, according to a report seen by, and the bike was set ablaze.

In retaliation for those who set fire to the bike, hausa bikers burned many properties in the Dei-Dei building materials market.

Government reaction:

Security personnel have been dispatched to the scene of the conflict to safeguard the safety of people and property.

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