Why The “7-Year-Old Boy” Was Killed In Lagos – Man Reveals

‘THE REAL STORY BEHIND THE ALLEGED “7 YEAR OLD” BOY WHO WAS TORTURED AND BURNT TO DEATH IN LAGOS…
First of all the boy in question is not 7 years old as broadcasted by everyone on the Internet but a small
man who is in his mid twenties. I wondered how such
a person can be 7 years old because I watched so
many of his pictures and videos where he was being
lynched by the mob, I was sure he wasnt less than 20
years from what I observed and saw…
Secondly the boy is a notorious criminal who is a
senior member of a gang that has being terrorizing
the people of a community called Alafia in Lagos
State, they have robbed many people blind, maimed,
injured and even killed people including a young boy
of 17 years who refuse to surrender his mobile
phone to them when they attacked him, they had
even throw another guy off from a bridge because he
didn’t want to hand over his precious properties and
money.
Thirdly those people decided to torture and kill him
because they didn’t trust the police, they believed
that if they handed the boy over to the police they will
just detain him for sometime and then let him free
after he pays some money to them, the community
has handed such notorious criminals to the police in
the past but they released them back into the society
after some days and the criminals continued their
evil activities.
Finally it isn’t true that he stole ordinary garri as
alleged by people but he stole expensive phones and
even stabbed someone in the process, he was caught
and the people decided to mete out jungle justice on
him to serve as a warning to other notorious
criminals like him in the area…
Am in no way endorsing or supporting jungle justice
but I can understand the frustration and anger of the
people of that community, I feel what they have
passed through in the hands of the boy and his gang,
however they should just have beaten him
thoroughly and them handed him to the police while
monitoring the police through credible and eminent
Lawyers until the boy is charged to court and
punished for his crimes’

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