"I was beaten by soldiers for not allowing their friend to pass at night" - Security man laments
By Jhoe | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
A security man identified as Peter Nwacho has cried out after he was beaten by soldiers for not allowing his friend to pass when it was late at night. According to the security man, while he was on his way to his duty post, soldiers suddenly descended on him and they beat him very well. While he was speaking with Pulse correspondent, he said the incident had happened since February 3rd.
Peter said, the Calabar man wanted to pass to go pick his pregant wife but it was late at night. The rule is that bikes are not allowed to pass when it's nine. The Calabar man refused and said he must open the gate. Eventually he forced his way in after two cars wanted to pass the gate. The Calabar man later reported to Omotayo who is a soldier.
The soldier challenged him and it led to a fight. Omotayo left him after the neighbors community intervened. The soldier didn't forgive him and he went to call other soldiers to beat him today when he was leaving for his work in the morning.
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