A video has been making wave online as one Keke driver was killed by Nigeria police for refusing to give him money.
Recalling the situation of EndSARS Protest against the brutality of Nigeria Police which Nigerians were trooped to lend their voices, one Nigeria police has been seeing in the video going viral killed an innocent man who decided not to give him the 100N he requested for despite the fact SARS has been scrapped.
According to the video shared on twitter, mobs have been trooped to go out for the protests just immediately after the incident happened.
However, people of Rukpokwu at Porthacourt couldn't hold their feelings as they all spotted in the video that because of 100N he was being killed while they protest
See the screenshot of the video belowYou watch the video through the links belowhttps://twitter.com/ElevationToday/status/1336960811714158593?s=09
This is jaw breaking and disheartened from Nigeria police. Killing is absolutely not the solution to get your need. They should feel that someone who they always killed has family as theirs.
However, they decided to place the dead body on his trycycle while they lend their voices out. See the picture below
Twitter users have not left to share their embodiment of thoughts prior to this sad Incidence. See some reactions
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