Policeman Shoots Pure Water Seller Over Environmental Cleanliness
According to multiple sources, there is a protest currently going on in Port Harcourt, the capital city of Rivers State. The public arousal has been raised by the shooting and killing of a young pure water seller who was making his trade along Okporo road area in Port Harcourt.
The boy was reportedly shot by the policeman over an issue pertaining to environmental sanitation in the area.
Reports also have it that an angry mob has been stirred and are now protesting in the area, making threats of burning down the Okporo Police Station.
The case of this pure water boy in Port Harcourt however, is by no means the only case of police brutality in the country as the timeline of police activity seems ridden with extreme cases.
On the 22nd of May 2016, a female police corporal reportedly beat a commercial bus driver to death at the Ijaduola, at Igando, Lagos State. The policewoman, who was simply identified as Taiwo, attached to the Igando Police Division, was said to have attempted to compel the driver to drop the usual money for the police, but he refused.
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