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They Killed Him and Beat Up His Grandmother- Woman Cries Out After Her Son Was Burned Alive

A woman in Cross River State has shouted out over the death of her child, who lost his life when he was singed alive by certain convicts over a wrongdoing he didn' t carry out. The lynching occurred locally of Ogoja.

The deprived mother, Ms Pauline Okpahefufe, had shouted out to Nigerians, just as the specialists, to help her in unwinding the conditions encompassing her child' s downfall.

The entire situation started when a gathering of young men, said to be her child' s companions, had purportedly looted a shop locally. Then, at that point, a crowd of gangsters had gone to the place of his grandma and removed him.

Trusting him to have been engaged with the robbery at the shop, the hooligans, notwithstanding all endeavors by the kid to demonstrate his honesty, demonstrated vain. He was pummeled into a bloody mess and in the end set ablaze.

" My child was a companion of those young men [who ransacked the shop]. That was his main offense, which was the reason [the hoodlums] said he should pass on as well, " his mom deplored.

" [My son] is 16 years of age, in SS2, going to class in the town, where he lives with his grandmother, my mom, whom he helps after school. My mom had called, saying that two young men looted a shop in the town. "

" [When they were caught] and were whipped, they conceded that my child was their companion. [The hoodlums] went to the house and hauled my child out, before they started thrashing him. He attempted to account for himself, yet they wouldn' t tune in. "

Notwithstanding his grandma' s exertion, they hauled him out of the house and removed him. At the point when she attempted to safeguard him, the criminals additionally beat her and destroyed her covering.

The wronged grandmother and a cousin of the kid' s mother went to report the matter at the station, yet the police advised them to pay with the goal that they could make captures since they had no vehicle to go to the town.

So the mother sent cash to them, and they captured two suspects, however they didn' t get the rest. She sent cash once more, however they kept on giving her reasons until her constancy caused them to compose a letter to the town bosses, who said that the young men had escaped the town.

The entire undertaking has contrarily impacted the kid' s grandmother, giving her hypertension, and passing on his mom to bear the weight of getting equity for her child.


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Cross River State Nigerians Ogoja Pauline Okpahefufe


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