Robbers allegedly attack Abuja filling station, shout "we dey suffer, we no wan kill"

Robbers allegedly attack Abuja filling station, shout "we dey suffer, we no wan kill"

- A Nigerian blogger recently alleged that some robbers attacked a filling station in Abuja

- According to the lady, the thieves kept shouting "we dey suffer" as they robbed the station

- This report has caused many Nigerians to blame the government for pushing many youths to armed robbery

A Nigerian blogger identified as Benny Umoren on Twitter shared a post in which she reported that some armed robbers stormed a filling station in Abuja. These thieves stole an undisclosed amount of money from the staff members.

According to Umoren, during their robbery operation, the robbers kept saying these words: "We dey suffer, we no wan kill anybody.”

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See Benny Umoren's post below:

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Upon seeing this tweet, many Nigerians have expressed their thoughts. Although a number of them are angry with the robbers; some actually blamed the government and accused those in power of being responsible for the alarming rate of crime in the nation.

Read the reactions of Nigerians below:

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Recently, the police killed nine armed robbery suspects along Abuja-Kaduna highway. According to the force spokesman, the men had extremely dangerous weapons with them. During the struggle with the robbers, a policeman was badly injured.

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