A shocking video from scene where a Police Officer Sunny attached to Police Nsukka Enugu was shooting and attempting to harm an unarmed civilian right in the UNN campus, has emerged online.
The video was shared by Harrison Gwamnishu, founder of Behind Bars Initiative.
Harrison Gwamnishu gives details of what happened.
“ATTEMPT TO MURDER A NIGERIAN BY NIGERIA POLICE (SIIB AREA COMMAND NZUKKA (URBAN POLICE). This is how DJ Agbo chuka Solomon escaped been killed by the Nigeria Police and tagged Kidnapper.
We call the attention of Inspector General of Nigeria Police Force, IGP X-Squad, Complaint Response Unit – CRU, Nigeria Police Force, Nigeria Bar Association Enugu Branch to quickly order for the arrest and prosecution of SGT Sunny attached to SIIB Area Command Nsukka Enugu State.
DJ Agbo Solomon was in company of his brother to University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) to retrieve N500,000 obtained by Barr. Eze Crescent under false pretense of giving them Admission.
They met with Barr. Eze Crescent in UNN School premises and he instructed them to wait while he source for the money not knowing he’s working with SGT Sunny. The Police officer duties is to scare away scammed victims of Barr. Eze Crescent. After scamming his victims, he will raise alarm of Attempt kidnapped.
From the video you could see DJ chuka Solomon been shot at and chased by SGT Sunny and others.
Attach: (Evidence of bank transfer to Barr. Eze Crescent). DJ Solomon’s brother was later arrested and released after paying N20,000.
The Nigerian Police are becoming notorious for Rights Abuse against the Nigeria people who employed them.
We all know the Government of today is full of Impunity, which has really no respect for the views and values of the Nigerian People, so we must collectively come out as concerned Nigerians to ensure Nigerians rights are respected and protected.
We hereby appeal to Inspector General of Police to quickly order for the arrest and prosecution of SGT Sunny SIIB Area Command Nsukka (Urban Police) and others involved in this unholy act.
Gwamnishu Emefiena Harrison
DG Behind Bars”