Ondo State Government has imposed a 24-hour curfew on Ode, Isinigbo communities following the escalation of violent clashes within the communities positioned in Akure North Local Government Area.
The curfew takes is to carry with instant impact.
This was introduced in a press release signed by the Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo.
He added that the state governor Rotimi Akeredolu equally ordered an enormous manhunt for perpetrators of the despicable violence simply as investigations are already on to unravel the actual trigger(s) of identical.
“With respect to the curfew, security agencies have been directed to ensure total compliance with the order.
“Ode and Isinigbo communities have since been closed down for any unauthorised human movement and activity until further notice,” Ogojo mentioned.
The communal conflict between Isinigbo and Ode communities in Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo State escalated on Friday as some hoodlums attacked Isinigbo group.
The palace of the normal ruler of the group, together with many different homes and properties have been destroyed within the conflict.