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Protests In Umuahia Over ‘Mysterious’ Death Of Young Waitress | Photos

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Angry members of Ohokobe Mbaocha Ndume Ibeku community in Umuahia north local government area of Abia state, on Tuesday, staged a peaceful protest over the death of their daughter, Miss Happiness Emehara, who died under mysterious circumstances at a popular hotel on May 31st.

The protesters, brandishing placards with various inscriptions, marched to Buri Ji Hotel, demanding for explanation from the management on what caused the death of Miss Emehara, who worked as a waiter at the hotel.

Speaking on behalf of the protesters, Mr. Iyke Ogbuehi said that the incident has been reported to the Abia police zone 9.

“We are heard to demand explanation on what caused the death of our daughter, Happiness Emehara in the hotel, because since the demise of our daughter, the management of the hotel has not come to tell the community what led to her death”. said Mr Ogbuehi.

“The police is aware and have not done anything to ascertain the mystery behind our daughter’s death”.

Narrating how the incidents happened to newsmen at the scene(Hotel), an eyewitness and also a female staff of the hotel who gave her name as Favour Owom said she went upstairs to give the deceased her toothpaste to use. On getting there, she saw her lying on the floor in-between the bathroom and a room, holding shower handle.

Miss Owom said that her screams drew the attention of other staff members who then rushed Emehara to a hospital, where she was confirmed dead.

“What happened that day was that my colleague asked me to help her with toothpaste. As I reached there to get the toothpaste, I saw happiness lying on the floor in between the bathroom and a room, holding that shower handle, so I started shouting, our colleagues rushed and carry her to the hospital, where they said she was dead”.

Another eyewitness, Uche Kanu, who claimed he lodged in the hotel when the incident happened, said he rushed to the scene when he heard the commotion and was told that the deceased was electrocuted while bathing with shower handle.

“My brother, I was at the upstair, I heard voices, shouting off the light, off the light, as I got there and i asked what was the problem, I was told that the deceased was electrocuted while bathing with shower handle”.

Source: Naijaloaded

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Genevieve Nnaji Reacts To Arrest Of #EndSARS Protesters In Kano

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Genevieve Nnaji Reacts To Arrest Of #EndSARS Protesters In Kano

Actress, Genevieve Nnaji slammed Department of State Services (DSS) after reports emerged that they have arrested protesters in Kano.

Genevieve, who has been very supportive of the nationwide protest against police brutality and bad governance, saw the news on Twitter and reacted angrily to it.

In Nnaji’s words:

“Hope y’all have a big enough cell because we are all leaders. Unlike you who was appointed to serve us. At what point did you go from ‘what you will do for the people’ during your campaign, to what you will do to us now?? Anyway, Sha #ENDBADGOVERNANCE #EndSARS”

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“Join the protest if you are not happy with your welfare” – 2baba tells police officers

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“Join the protest if you are not happy with your welfare” – 2baba tells police officers

 

Tuface Idibia, Nigerian music entertainer has encouraged security agencies to join the ongoing #endsars protest against police killings and brutality.

2baba made this know in a tweet he sent out on Monday.

According to him,  since the ongoing protest is aimed towards achieving a better Nigeria, it is necessary for security agents to join if they are not pleased with their welfare.

‘Police!! Military!!! and all security agencies!! If una no happy about una welfare make una join this movement for a better naija. Una no be slave,’ he wrote in a tweet.

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Suspected bandits set police station ablze in Edo

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Suspected bandits set police station ablze in Edo

There has been chaos today, October 19 as the #EndSARS protest took a drastic turn in Edo State.

This comes after the hoodlums stormed Oko prison in the state and set the prisoners free.

Suspected bandits have set ablaze the Ugbekun Police Station in Benin City, the Edo State capital this morning .

This comes after the hoodlums stormed Oko prison in the state and set the prisoners free.

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