A 28 year old Nigerian business man in Indiana named Nonso, has slumped and died in New Delhi. This happened on Sunday the 26th of September, 2021.
According to a Nigerian eyewitness, reports say he was returning from a business meeting with his friends, when the police officers saw him and started chasing him. He ran from the police and that was when he slumped and died. There is still no clear information on why the police was chasing him or what actually caused his death.
According to a video shared by Instablog9ja on their Twitter account, many Nigerians in New Delhi have gathered in front of the police station to protest the death of 28 year old Nonso. One of the Nigerians said that after the protest, the body of the late business man will be taken to the Nigerian embassy in India. You can watch the video here.
After the video was verified and reposted on Twitter by instablog9ja, some Nigerians reacted and commented on the video. Below are some of the replies and reactions.
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