See What Angry Youths Did To A Fully Loaded Truck With Cows After The Driver Allegedly Killed A Boy.
A fully loaded truck was allegedly burnt down to ashes by angry youths after the driver accidentally killed a young boy in Oyo State. According to report, the truck driver lost control of the heavy duty truck which made it collide with a little boy who stood by the road side. It was further revealed that some passersby rushed to the scene in a quest to rescue the boy but it was to no avail. However, some angry youths took it upon themselves to revenge the boy's untimely death.
According to Sapele Oghenek who filed this news online they reported that the youths decided to prove their anger by burning down the trailer with hundreds of live-stock (cows) that was inside. If the driver was spared, it was not revealed as of the time this news was released.
The youths who took law into their hand and burnt the truck didn't do well, it could have been better if they handed both the truck and drive to the authorities instead of causing more havoc. Please let's desist from jungle Justice.
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