Photos: 4 Nigerian Soldiers Beat Car Dealer To Coma In Umuahia Abia For Not Being Able To Sell Car

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Feb 21, 2017 – Pictures: Nigerian Soldier Beat Car Dealer To Coma In Umuahia Abia State For Not Being Able To Sell Car

Check out what some heartless Nigerian soldiers did to an innocent civilian at his business place in Abia state.

The car dealer pictured below was beaten to coma over his inability to sell the car a Nigerian soldier gave him to sell.

nigerian soldiers beat car dealer abia

Here is what the friend of this latest victim of military brutality in Nigeria, Apst Morris shared on the social media;

Enough of all these unwarranted attacks. Any soldiers caught in such act should henceforth be deployed to Sambisa immediately.

We believe this will put a stop to incessant military attacks on civilians.

3 thoughts on “Photos: 4 Nigerian Soldiers Beat Car Dealer To Coma In Umuahia Abia For Not Being Able To Sell Car

  1. AND THE MILITARY HAD the shameless boldness to say that the other case of that physically challenged guy was and isolated case, whereas this is what we have always known our soldiers for: brutality and unreasonableness. This inhumane treatments should STOP! This is no longer the military regime when they mauled civilians at whim and nobody questioned, and they would call us bloody civilians. They should now be made to understand that this is a bloody civilian regime and no more their military tyranny.

  2. Most Nigerians,especially the soldiers always display their strength to wrong people at the wrong time, uniform men are known for their discipline…But Nigeria own is different because everything is upside down.
    Send them to Bokoharam forest.

  3. Why not report this case to both any nearest police station and military barrack. Nigeria is a democratic state besides soldiers are under both military and civil law. This is a good case if the above statement is right, make sure you take it up to by escalating the matter through legal means please. or contact any human right office nearest to you they will take up the matter to assist you.

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