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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Nigerians need to stop this barbaric act!!

Most Nigerians are known to rush to judgement especially when it comes to seeing something they think is 'unusual'. You see someone walking funny, you think he walks that way cos he has something to hide. It could be he walks that way cos he has health issues. (Did you think of that?).
You see someone who looks like someone who robbed you previously, you raise an alarm, a mob gathers, beats him up and sets him ablaze in BROAD DAY LIGHT!!
The most ridiculous one was the one that happened some days ago!!You see someone with tattered clothes, eating under the bridge (which is his home), you IGNORANTLY assume he's eating human flesh, raise an alarm, create a mob and BEAT him up??? WTH?? Who does that??? It doesn't even ANY make sense! But that was what happened to these guys!
According to PM News, a passer-by along the rail line in Ikeja saw three men in tattered clothes. One of them was making a call while the other ate meat suspected to be human flesh. Like.. seriously??


The passer-by raised an alarm that attracted the mob which instantly pounced on the two suspect human part eaters. But the one making the phone call managed to escape.

Their problem was compounded when the mob moved to the suspects' hideout behind the Ikeja Local Government Secretariat fence and found a cutlass, knife, charms and meat with fat which the mob suspected to be human flesh.

When a detachment of policemen from Area ‘F’ arrived the scene, Abiodun told them, that he was a carpenter but had no money to set up a workshop.

Abiodun claimed to be from Akiniku in Moloney area of Ilaro, Yewa, Ogun State, Southwest Nigeria. He added that he made the hideout his residence as he could not afford to rent a room for himself.

He explained that the meat discovered in their hideout was a cow fat which they eat and not human parts.

After intensive questioning, the policemen were convinced that the suspects were mistaken for human parts eaters and sellers by the mob. They were later released.

Speaking with P.M.NEWS on the incident, a police officer who preferred anonymity advised the public to investigate suspected criminals before taking any action.
But for the timely intervention of the policemen, the officer noted, the suspects would have been set ablaze.

It's 2012 people!!!
My goodness, I feel so much outrage right now that I need a KOOL-AID!

2 comments:

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helzzz said...

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