Four persons were also injured while houses and cars were vandalized in the attack that lasted for about 10 hours.
PUNCH Metro hinted us that the hoodlums, said to be Aye Confraternity members, had gone on the rampage at about 11am on Wednesday to commemorate their anniversary
tagged 7/7. The grand finale of the anniversary was reportedly held on
Thursday, July 7, 2016 at Emuren, a neighbouring community. It was gathered that the hoodlums, numbering about 25 on motorcycles, came from Emuren, wielding guns
Their targets were said to be members of the Eiye Confraternity, a rival cult.The bandits, who reportedly wore
masks, shot dead three welders at a junction bordering Emuren and Igode.
The welders were said to be returning from a work site on a motorcycle.
The rampaging miscreants reportedly proceeded to the Fakale community, where they opened fire on a crowd watching a football match in a viewing centre, killing seven persons.
It was learnt that one of the deceased, identified simply as Dare, was a member of the Oodua People's Congress.
Others were identified as Ibukun, Ismaila, Sunday, and a steel rod seller, Dare Olakanmi.
Three of them were said to have been buried.
However, the police had yet to remove the remains of the three welders as of 12pm on Thursday.
Four others, who were injured, were said to have been taken to a hospital in Sagamu.