The story behind this video is shocking. Nigerian man has issues with his Togolese lover and she gets hoodlums to deal with him. He manages to escape and the hoodlums starts attacking Nigerians living in the area and the Togolese police stood by as they burnt them with tyres
A shocking story has been revealed about how some Nigerians were
burnt alive in Togo over a disagreement between two lovers.
According to a twitter user identified as Nimrod, who shared the story on social media, the said Nigerians became victims of circumstance after the original target, a fellow Nigerian escaped.
The story started with a Nigerian man and his Togolese lover; there was said to be an issue between them, in which the woman felt she had other ways to settle. She was reported to have arranged hoodlums to deal with her Nigerian lover. As the man escaped, the hoodlums had no other option that than to descended on innocent Nigerians living in the same neighborhood.
These men were reported to have burnt alive while the Togolese police watched on.
“The story behind this video is shocking. Nigerian man has issues with his Togolese lover and she gets hoodlums to deal with him. He manages to escape and the hoodlums starts attacking Nigerians living in the area and the Togolese police stood by as they burnt them with tyres” captioned Nimrod on twiter while sharing the video.
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It is unclear whether the Togolese authorities had waded into the matter, but head of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa revealed she had taken up the matter in search of Justice for the Nigerians while promising those behind the dastardly act will be brought to book.
“I took this up with the Togolese Amb yesterday . The persons will be arrested and charged. , he so assured. We will continue to monitor developments” Dabiri-Erewa disclosed.
This is not the first time, a story of ill treatment of Nigerians in Togo has surfaced.
Recall that earlier this years, when the President of the Global Society for Anti-Corruption in Nigeria, Mr. Franklin Ezeona, petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari on the plight of Nigerians in Togo Prisons, it was uncovered that over 200 Nigerians are languishing in Togo prisons for between six and ten years without trials or convictions.
According to the revelation back in April this year, most of the inmates were being forced to sleep on bare floors in small prison rooms and are also subjected to inhuman treatment by prison officials, exposing them to debilitating health conditions.
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