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How Police murdered 17-year-old Tina Ezekwe in Lagos

By Guardian Exclusive
31 May 2020   |   3:17 pm
Trigger-happy officers of the Nigeria Police struck again in Lagos. The victim this time was 17-year-old Tina Ezekwe who, sadly, died on 28 May 2020, two days after she was shot and an adult who thankfully survived. ⁣⁣ Police authorities say the officers behind the shooting and killing are already in custody and will be arraigned in court “if found culpable.”⁣⁣

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