OH NO! Policeman Beats Civil Defence Officer To Death in The Presence Of His Wife & Kids (Photos)

Published 3 months ago by: kacy lee
at 09:33 PM, 20/03/2019 (3 months ago)

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Tragedy struck some hours ago in Abuja, as a Civil Defense officer was beaten to death by men of the Nigeria Police Force.

The deceased, identified as Jumbo Ogah Ochigbo, was said to be driving through a one-way in Nyanya, when he was accosted by the officers. .



However, in the cause of the resulting confrontation, he was assaulted to death in the presence of his wife and children. His body has since been deposited at the Asokoro General Hospital.

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kp45 at 11:05 PM, 20/03/2019 (3 months ago)
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So sad. The situation of things in Nigeria is terrible.
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maizaxx at 03:01 AM, 21/03/2019 (3 months ago)
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Please Mr. Osinbajo this should not be swept under the carpets and left to die. Justice must be served.
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arowosaye at 04:49 AM, 25/03/2019 (3 months ago)
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Hunnnn is very unfortunate.his family deserve sympathy but he has no respect for Law as a law enforcement officer. This will also serve as a lesson to us
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