‘They Took My Pleasure Away’
Ngozi and her late husband
A Nigerian girl recognized as Ngozi has cried out following the demise of her husband.
Ngozi, the spouse of Ikechukwu Iloamuzor, a 55-year-old man allegedly killed by a stray bullet throughout the #EndSARS protest in Surulere, Lagos state, has demanded justice for her husband.
The deceased, a driver, was discovered useless on Monday after officers opened fireplace on protesters demanding an finish to police brutality within the nation.
He was discovered on the bottom, bleeding from a gunshot wound sustained on his jaw.
In an interview with TheCable on Thursday, Ngozi stated her husband was not a difficult man and he was broadly beloved by folks round him.
“We’ve been married for 11 years. My husband is just not a difficult one. My husband loves me and I like him too. We don’t have, however we’re managing. Who’s going to assist me now? They only took my pleasure away from me. I need them to seek out the person who killed my husband,” Ngozi stated.
Watch TheCable interview beneath
No policeman has been delivered to guide but, however his household has insisted that the state authorities should prosecute the police officer chargeable for the capturing.
Talking on behalf of the household on Wednesday, Emmanuel Ugwu, conventional ruler of Ibagwa Nike neighborhood in Enugu state, demanded a radical investigation into the incident and compensation for the household.
“We wish a radical investigation of the incident. We’re crying for justice. We wish the household to be totally compensated to have the ability to handle the folks he left behind,” Ugwu stated.
Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos, has arrange a judicial panel to analyze police brutality and human rights violation by operatives of the disbanded particular anti-robbery squad (SARS).
Talking at a media briefing on Thursday, the governor added that officers discovered to have been concerned in harassing protesters in Surulere have been recognized and are present process trial.