Good Samaritan detained for trying to save man who was shot by masked men

Good Samaritan detained for trying to save man who was shot by masked men

- A Nigerian man identified as @omogunoriola has taken to social media to call out the Nigerian police while seeking for help for his detained brother

- Omogunoriola said that his brother had tried to save a friend who was shot by masked men at a joint only for the police to detain him

- The friend eventually passed on and other eye-witnesses’ account of the situation matched that of Omogunoriola’s brother but he is still in detention'

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Nigerians on social media are no longer strangers to news of people having trouble with policemen and it now seems like their only hope to get justice is to call for help on the internet.

A Nigerian man identified as @omogunoriola on Twitter has taken to the microblogging site to seek for justice after his innocent brother was detained by the police.

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He narrated that his brother had been at a joint with some friends on May 13, 2020, when two masked men came and shot a certain Muyiwa Opaleye.

Everyone ran for their lives but the narrator’s brother went back to try and save his friend’s life because he had helped him in the past.

The young man took his shot friend to the hospital and he was pronounced dead. The late Muyiwa’s friend then called the police to report the case and he was put in detention.

Omogunoriola lamented that this is why Nigerians do not like to help people as he called for his brother to be freed.

See his tweets below:

Nawa o.

In other news, reported that on-air-personality, Fola, explained how to live the Nigerian dream in a single tweet on social media.

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According to Fola, getting a government appointment is the surest way to live the Nigerian dream because it entails small work, big pay and living a privileged life.

In her words: “Get it today. A government appointment is the Nigerian dream. Small work; big money; privileged life.”

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