Things are just getting worst for the IG of Nigeria Police Force as one of their officers killed a Keke driver this morning in Rukpokwu (Mgbuchi), Rivers State of Nigeria.
With this act many keke drivers around the vicinity began blocking all the roads as the prevent movement, as the police man who shoots the keke driver couldn't be found.
This man plenty of people talking, especially those using Twitter, they shared the view about the incident, a user name Queen of Hearts posted saying"our road is blocked this morning... Police just killed a keke guy this morning at Rukpokwu and he ran away" See the complete post of queen below.
The human activist who is known as Aisha Yusuf who has been a back bone of the #EndSARS protesters aired her grievances about the issue. Check out what she posted in details below.
Also the user name simply queeny confirmed that another individual has been shot dead as the identity of the person is not revealed yet. But the protest is getting stronger. Check out some comments below.
This is getting so serious, please for those around that axes be careful and stay safe.
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