A 30 years old lady have accused the members of the Nigerian police force in Rivers State of allegedly harassing her and this led to the loss of her 2 months old pregnancy. This lady has been identified by the name Mrs Joy Ihunwo.
According to this lady, she was allegedly brutalized and arrested by these police officers while she was pregnancy.
She revealed that some armed cops stormed their house in Port Harcourt in search of her husband. They arrested her husband together with his boys. Her husband is a chief security officer of a vigillantee group.
According to her, she was sleeping when these policeman entered her room. They asked her if someone ran into her room, but she said no. She said she was sleeping and did not see anyone enter into the room. One of them slapped her and hit her with his gun on her waist. They dragged her into their car and took her to the station.
She said that while they were taking her to the station, she told them that her stomach was paining her, but they ignored what she was saying.
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