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Nigerian Man Cries For Help As He’s Tortured In The Middle East After His Uncle Left Him With Drug Lords As Collateral And Absconded [Video]

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A terrifying video that shows moments a Nigerian man was flogged brutally by two men in the Middle East has gone viral.

The man was being punished because he was used as human collateral by another Nigerian man to collect drugs.

Unfortunately, the man named Andrew, who collected the drugs, did not return and the human collateral has been suffering torture and risks being killed as a result.

In the viral video, the Middle Eastern men had the Nigerian man’s hands tied behind him as they flogged him. One of the men later pulled a gun on him and shot but he narrowly missed his head.

The Nigerian man is seen crying and begging Andrew to show up.

He added that he has told his uncle to sell everything and pay “Nuruz.” He looked into the camera and repeated the plea to his uncle to come and bail him out.

The Nigerian man added that if the money Andrew owes the drug dealers is not paid before July 10, he will be executed.

“Andrew, look at what you put me through. Look at what you put your brother through. And you say I am your brother,” the Nigerian man cried in agony as they flogged him.

One of the men is heard saying, “Next time I’m gonna shoot” while holding a gun to the Nigerian man’s head.

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Security Operatives Use Knife, Bottle To Shave Hair Of Peaceful #RevolutionNow Protester [Photos]

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Security operatives deployed to disperse members of #RevolutionNow movement in Abuja have shaved off the hair of a protester with a knife and broken bottle.

The victim revealed that the officers asked him to prostrate on the floor before one of them pulled out a knife while another used a broken bottle to cut off his dreadlocks and shave his hair.

The young man said that the security agents harassed him for wearing “brown hair’ since he was not a woman.

Another protester with bruises on his back, Damilare Ademola, said he was dehumanised and battered by the security operatives for taking part in the protest to demand better governance from the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

He said he was flogged with iron and chain and kicked to the ground for no reason.

He said, “I was beaten by more than four soldiers and policemen. They slapped me several times and kicked me with boots. They also collected my phone and did not return it to me.

“It is unfortunate that this government does not accommodate civic space. There is no freedom of speech in Nigeria again.”

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Lady Paraded After Being Caught Stealing Cassava In A Farm In Abia [Photos]

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A lady has been caught stealing cassava from a farm in Nkwedi village of Ohafia local government area of Abia state.

The lady got more than she bargained for as she was paraded round the village with what she stole. Facebook user, Endurance Kalu wrote;

A vibrant married lady without disability was caught stealing cassava from someone farm who also struggle to cultivate the farm.

She was made to carry the cassava on her head and was paraded round the village as she has to bear the heavy pain on her neck and shame of her act..

Is the villagers right or wrong for such jungle justice??

The incident happened at Nkwedi village, Ohafia local government, Abia state.

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Dozens Of #RevolutionNow Protesters Arrested In Abuja

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Dozens of #RevolutionNow protesters in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja were arrested by security agents on Wednesday.

The protest, it was learnt, was to hold at the Federal Secretariat but was later moved to the Transcorp Junction around Unity Fountain, Abuja.

From around 8am, it was observed armed security operatives, including the Police, the Military and DSS among others, patrolled the area in a convoy of trucks.

At about 9am, some protesters, who turned up around the Unity Fountain, were arrested by security operatives and taken away in their trucks.

The protests eventually held at various locations of the FCT, it was gathered.

Convener of Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju, alleged 62 protesters were arrested.

“We are back to the Abacha days and this is most unfortunate. We are back to a time again in our national life when the government of the day has criminalized peaceful protests.

“Today we witnessed flogging, beating, harassing and arresting of peaceful protesters in the nation’s capital by a joint task force of security agencies.

“Many of us begin to wonder if this is what our democracy has come to be. It is most regrettable and unfortunate.

But this is the sad and painful reality that we have found ourselves today. Alas this is where we are as a nation,” Adeyanju said.

At Berger Junction, another location of the protests, one of the protesters, Pelumi Olajengbesin, a lawyer, said: “Our demand today is that there is need for us to have a conscious political revolution.

“There is a need for us to have a change of leadership. There is a need for us to have people who have clear focus, who have passion and the welfare of the interest of the people. This cannot be achieved by the political conglomeration of charlatans in authority.

“There is need for us to allow people who are determined and who have the interest of the people to take over leadership and that is why we are saying no to APC, no to PDP and no to all the rascals in political authority.

“I want to call on all Nigerians that nobody should feel so comfortable in their bedrooms. Nobody should feel so comfortable in their houses, because this country is not safe, this country is not secure. Nobody is secure.

“Even in Nigeria today police and soldiers are not secured. Even today, Generals cannot walk alone on the street.

“I want us to know that if we don’t take our future in our hands, if we don’t take our destiny in our hands, this country would continue to remain like this.

“There is no single sector in the Nigerian social system that is working today. If you look at the educational system, it is in shambles, if you look at the economy, it is in a total mess.

“This is because we have people who lack focus, who lack direction, who lack sympathy and who are selfish in positions of authority and that is why I myself as a legal practitioner, as someone who believes in the Revolution Now struggle have come out to identify with this cause.”

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