After 20 Pieces Of Ammunition Was Found On Him, He Was Tortured And Handed To The Policemen
By AramideWrites0 | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 4935 views
After 20 Pieces Of Ammunition Was Found On Him, Read What They Did To Him
The rate at which crimes are being committed these days is absolutely bad, and the way some people are being inhumane is quite saddening. It's just quite joyful that some of the evil perpetrators in Nigeria are being prosecuted.
Recently, it was reported that a motorcyclist with the name Garuba Sanni was vividly caught with 20 pieces of Ammunition on him. Before the police could intervene, people already tortured him as you can see in the above picture. This happened in Oghiara, Ethiope West Council area of delta state.
This was reported by a verified source on twitter (Naija) who posted the picture of the man with the caption:
"A motorcyclist identified as Garuba Sanni has been arrested after over 20 pieces of ammunition was found on him in Oghara, Ethiope West council area of Delta state".
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