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Lagos State Police stop #JusticeforTina protest in Lagos


The Lagos state police have stopped activist and  individuals involved in the protest for the Killing of Tina Ezekwe in the city.


Tina Ezekwe who was hit by a bullet from the gun if a policeman trying to enforce curfew which was put in place to curtail the spread of the Covid-19 virus lat week Tuesday in the Iyana Oworo area of the city.

Although she was rushed to a hospital for medical attention, but actually the 17- year- old died in the hospital.

A protest which was slated to kick off by 11.00am Thursday demanding justice for the death of the teenager had been put on hold after the divisional.

Police Officer of Bariga police station stop citizens to express their right to protest.

The two officers responsible for the killing, ASP Theophilus Otobo and Inspector Oguntoba Olamigoke, have been indicted by the police authorities for the killing of the teenager.

Residents around the area where the teenager was murdered under the platform of Oworo Youth Forum have demanded compensation for family of the deceased.

The group said, “We at Oworo Youth Forum are not only calling for the perpetrators to be arrested, paraded and prosecuted publicly but also demanding that the family of Tina must be adequately compensated for their loss.

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