After Nigerian youth clamoured for End Police Brutality during the last protest, it is still evident that police brutality is yet to come to an end in the country. Just this morning an Instagram user known as @Jordiithegreat shared videos from the scene where a commercial keke napep driver was shot dead after he refused giving the policeman N100. The brutal incident was said to have occurred in Rukpokwu community of Rivers State.
According to the reports gotten from Lindaikeji's blog, it was gathered that the police man asked the Keke napep driver for 100 naira and the boy said he doesn't have. After much argument the police officer shoots the young boy and they ran away.
The environment where the incidence happened has been in a rowdy situation. A lot of people where seen agitating about the tragic incident. See pictures below
However, this has got people talking on the social media. See reactions below.
Indeed, what is the hope of this nation and the citizens?
Kindly drop your comments below.
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