By Ademola Adesiyan, Ipaja
The Abesan Estate Residents Association (AERA) has banned all social gathering and carnivals within the estate until after Friday, 1 January, 2021, reports The Gazelle News.com.
The decision was taken after an emergency security meeting held on Monday, 28 December, 2020 sequel to the tragic cult clashes between rival cult groups in the Estate which left four people dead and many injured.
The Gazelle News.com had earlier reported that violent clashes between members of the Aiye and Eiye cult groups left four people killed and several injured.
Rising from its emergency security meeting called to forestall future reoccurrence, the AERA also ordered all drinking joints in the Estate to close shops latest by 9pm until after the New Year.
Also, all sales outlets, shops and kiosks among others were ordered to stop operating latest by 9pm untill further notice while residents are advised to stay indoors from 9pm till further notice.
According to a statement by Olufemi Odeyemi, AERA Public Relations Officer, parents should warn their children as all appropriate authorities have been contacted to handle the situation.