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Friday, 30 June 2017

Photos: Man paraded naked in Akwa Ibom for stealing cassava tubers

Youths in a remote community in Akwa Ibom state stripped and paraded a man naked for allegedly stealing cassava tubers. As further punishment, he was forced to eat the raw cassava tubers. The village head later directed the youths to release the man. He also warned that he would not tolerate any kind of criminality in the community. Another photo after the cut...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If they know what their politicians and some civil servants stole from them they would leave this guy alone

nsikan davies said...

why please why...it's hunger please.

OSINANL said...

NA WAH!

Anonymous said...

This is akin to a crime of survival. But poor people no dey pity each other, while rich people dey always cover up for each other.
A poorman will deal with his fellow poorman with utmost harshness while a richman will look for a way to compromise and settle amicably with his fellow richman, if posible and they will laugh over it. This is one of the reasons why the rich continue to thrive and the poor continue to wallow in poverty.

SHEARER VINCENT AZIH said...

Not fair, but better than jungle justice

ADA Alvanuwa said...

God is a Good God.It is better to know the real problem than chasing shadows, he needed to eat, if there was food will he go and steal? i am not justifying his deeds, but understand if Nigerian dont wake up and fight the real thieves it will still continue, there are thieves that are richer than the Nation's wealth, go fight those ones.

Anonymous said...

And your senator will come who has stolen billions from you and you will all hail him. Mad set of people. you praise and welcome ibori and you all are parading a yam thief. Not that i support stealing, or taking what doesn't belong to you. we are all cowards in this Nigeria.

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