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The Yoruba and Hausa ethnic group have turned the face of commuters to fright over the heavy fight between the two traders in the Oke-Odo market along the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway which saw the community closed over the chaos.
These fight has restrained those going to Ogun state and those coming to Lagos state.
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It was disclosed that the fight had started since yesterday over an unclear issue, according to those leaving in the vicinity.
Eventually, the discord went beyond control as the opposition traders started turning it to violence by burning shops and their products.