If you're following this page, a news surfaced online about the death of a Keke Napep driver who was shot by a police man after he refused to give out #100 bribe.
The people of Rukpokwu area, Port Harcourt were quick to react to the incident as youths stormed the street after receiving the troubling news.
Speaking after the sad incident, the father of the deceased said: "some months ago, he called me to ask how Port Harcourt is. He said he wants to come here and drive 'keke'. I said 'no problem' and advised him as a father. Yesterday morning somebody just called me and was saying rubbish. I hung up the phone, I just drop am. My mind no dey again because the boy is my loving boy". Check out the pictures of the father who seem so sad about the entire event:
This is such a terrible news to hear in a modern society. The EndSARS protest that took place some months ago seem to have no effect on the attitude of police officers. Basically, we are still brutality treated by this set of people who are meant to protect us.
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