Warri boys mob soldiers who killed newly engaged man who went to get money for his Pregnant fiancee’s medicine (Video)

April 2, 2020
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In new reports, there’s been serious uproar in the Warri side of Delta state after it was discovered that soldiers instructed to ensure citizens comply to the stay at home order, killed a newly engaged man who was on his way to tend to his pregnant fiancee’s needs.

According to reports surrounding the video, the boys seen in the video were attacking the soldiers and burning their motorcycle after they allegedly killed a man who was on his way out.

The said man was going to get money to finance his pregnant fiancee’s medical bills when he was possibly stopped by the army officials and in course of the confrontation, they killed him.

The situation has caused anarchy in the town as an angry mob is seen burning down a motorcycle and attacking two persons in army uniform.This comes after it was revealed that in the same town, an angry mob were spotted attacking some government officials who were mobilized to ensure that the residents observe the lockdown.

Watch the video that has caused a stir online below,

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