The suspects, who were said to have operated on a motorbike, had snatched a bag containing cash from a lady who just withdrew the money from a nearby bank.
Eyewitnesses told Southern City News that the robbers snatched the money at gunpoint, but people around, who noticed what was happening gave them a chase, caught them, beat them with clubs, stoned them before setting them ablaze.
“I tell you that the crisis you see in the #state emanating from the Okada riders are from non-indigenes, especially those from #Kogi, who have been engaging us in communal war, destroying our property and killing our people over the orient petroleum sited at Anambra East Local Government Area of the state.
“There should be decorum amongst the Okada men and it is unfortunate that those who graduated from Okada to Keke (tricycle) are the same people and have the same methodology of operation,” the commissioner said.
The days where citizens take laws into their hands and ignore the rule of law appears to have returned.
#Robbery is a crime that ought to be dealt appropriately by those saddled with the responsibility of ensuring internal security in our environments.
The robbery suspects, though guilty and now dead, should have been apprehended and handled over to the men of the Nigerian police force or the legitimate civil defence available in the locality.
In as much as I do not support robbery, I must say that no one on earth has the right whatsoever to strip another person of his life.
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