Just this morning at Rukpokwu in Obio/Akpor local government area of Rivers State, a tricyclist operator (Keke driver) was shot dead by a police officer. He was called schoolboy.
Okechukwu, is the brother of the Keke driver that was shot this morning from the same community and he narrates what happened to the late school boy. . He's also a tricyclist operator (Keke driver) too. According to him, he was busy this morning cleaning his tricycle when one of his fellow Keke driver told him that police are out this morning and later he was told that the late school has been shot by a police officer.
They carried the body of the late Keke driver to the police station to drop it there. At first, they struggled to enter as they were not allowed in and they were shootings.
The situation of the place is not good as there are shootings which was caused after the police officer killed the Keke driver.
According to Okechukwu, about 2 boys have been shot on their legs.
The radio station, 93.3 Nigeria Info helped to broadcast this on their Facebook page
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