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RIP Ademola Aderinde: Occupy Nigeria Protester Shot Dead In Lagos

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RIP Ademola Aderinde: Occupy Nigeria Protester Shot Dead In Lagos

ademola aderinde occupy nigeria protester shot dead by police The Late Ademola

Jan 10, 2012 – RIP Ademola Aderinde : Occupy Nigeria Protester Shot Dead In Lagos

Mr Ademola Aderinde (Aderinto) was one of the Occupy Nigeria protesters who was brutally murdered by a killer DPO, Segun Fabunmi on Monday, the 9th of January 2012. As you can see in the picture below, Ademola Aderinde was allegedly harassed and brutally shot dead by a DPO called Segun Fabunmi. Read the detail news here naijagists.com

Aderinde was one of the many Occupy Nigeria protesters who had come out to show their support for the Labour strike action against the Federal government’s removal of the Fuel subsidy.

Reports also say another unidentified man was killed after the Police tried dispersing a group of youths who had gathered at the Yaya Abatan junction in Ogba. The police, we hear had fired shots in to the ground to scare off the crowd. We’re told four persons were hit by stray bullets and one of them was allegedly killed.

The NPF reps are yet to make a statement on the killings.

Ademola Aderinde tries to free himself from the police

More tussles…

Ademola being dragged away

See What Nigerian Police Force Brutality Turned A Young Man into

Ademola Aderinde Segun Fabunmi

May your soul rest in peace.

13 Comments

13 Comments

  1. Destroyer

    January 10, 2012 at 6:16 PM

    What the fuck is wrong with this country?

  2. Destiny Akon

    January 10, 2012 at 8:05 PM

    I suggest that all nigerian should start using gun for their protection against this stupid, idoits police-man, if the citizens should start using it, each and everyone will caution he or her self for doing bad things and precise, the corruption act will reduce from 99% to 5%.

  3. musa midala

    January 10, 2012 at 8:31 PM

    may ur gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Till we meet to part no more ademola.

  4. iyke

    January 11, 2012 at 12:48 PM

    heartles leaders

  5. T-girl

    January 11, 2012 at 6:15 PM

    May ur soul rest in peace. May ur innocent blood avenge ur death.

  6. Unbelievable

    January 11, 2012 at 7:33 PM

    Look at all the pictures more closely and you will discover that those soldiers are all northerners.
    Is it me or could these be the hatred of yorubas by these people.I’m so sure if it were yoruba soldiers, the young man would still be alive.
    Is this an ethnic killing?
    May his soul rest in peace.

    • khalybrown

      January 12, 2012 at 2:22 AM

      You are a tribalistic primitive swine. He was shot by his fellow yoruba brother, cant u see the name of the DPO that shot him.”Segun Fabunmi” does that sound northern to u? it is still tragic no matter the tribe that shot him. so stop being a dickhead, hopeless sub saharan baboon.

  7. khalybrown

    January 12, 2012 at 2:16 AM

    I dont blame boko haram for killing the stupid nigerian police.They are doing more ham than good. I tot they are suppose to protect lives property, but they are there killing and destroying lives.It shall never be well with them.May his soul RIP.

  8. *apiye*

    January 12, 2012 at 5:53 AM

    …..infact am really short of words right now.. All i know is, God will definitely fight for him… May his soul RIP…

  9. oscar

    January 15, 2012 at 7:48 PM

    OOO boy see as this stupid people kill fine boy mhen i dont know what to say but to pray to god for a divine intervention.

  10. 4real

    February 9, 2012 at 8:10 AM

    F*ck the Police mehn!
    I am so Fed up with their stupidity..
    We want justice and we need quick!

  11. Imiebiakhe T. O

    March 14, 2012 at 3:45 PM

    segun fagbami or who ever have partner in the killing of this innocent man will never see peace again in his life or his family, his children and generation will pay dearly for these, he would suffer till death with his children for these. death will be their portion in return (Amen)

  12. Joseph Adeinde

    December 10, 2013 at 5:56 PM

    Obviously, it’s very disheartened to see these images, not only because myself and the victim shares the same last name, but mostly because of the unjustifiable killing of this innocent person; who went from playing football and running into his death.

    This is one of many reasons why I haven’t actually thought about getting through to Nigeria.
    Too much of disgracefully bad and unpleasant activities; like the fatal killing of innocent citizens, injustice, robberies from sojourners, stupidly causing nuisance, bribery, corruption from both the big and small rats; protectors or administers of law and order, who has a clueless idea on how laws should be applied.

    These conclusions are measured out from numerous and continuous stupidity of the police brutality, happening on our streets, basically the forces in Nigeria are “suffering from bouts of extreme insanity” regardless of mental tribalisms that overshadows the country itself. I am not getting into tribal or religious familiarization views and discussions with anyone, “all I know is, I am a Nigerian, Period!” I am most deeply concerned with the violent death of a brother or sister; that could only bring hanger and hatred out of so many other Nigerians, who doesn’t see from a close mindedness, but with respect to humanistic point of view.

    When will my country grow away from madness? Please, can somebody tell me? Honestly, I am really fed up!

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