Nigerian Student of Malaysian University Murdered by Police

Nigerian Student of Malaysian University Murdered by Police

Nigerian student was shot dead by Malaysian police on his way from his school in Malaysia.

Adelabu Tunde, a Nigerian student from Ekiti state, was shot on March 6th, 2014, on his way back from Lagenda University, Nilai, Malaysia.

According to comments from an eye-witness of the scene, Tunde was unarmed and the police were aiming to get cash from him:

"Police was raiding in another apartment, Tunde and his friends come back from school then the police car follow them Tunde run and get shot in head by the police man,Please share the truth. He was not fighting, he was shot by police that came for extra pocket money.! and the police left the scene as soon as he was shot. Which police that was doing raid, then shoot somebody and ran off?...”

Tunde's friends adressed to the Federal Government to ensure that the justice prevails and the murderers are brought to court.y The students are also demanding that the Nigerian ambassador to Malaysia is to be removed from his position due to his neglectance when it comes to protecting Nigerians. Huge accusations were also written in a letter to the embassy.

This is not the first case of Nigerian men being harassed when in Malaysia. You will find links to other reported stories below this article.Graphic image of the scene:













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