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Soldier Forces Man To Crawl Inside Dirty Canal In Ekiti


The police in Ekiti State has arrested and detained a Nigerian soldier. The police on Thursday evening detained the army officer and a woman at the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for creating unrest and harassing a man at Fayose Market. A source in the market who witnessed the incident told SaharaReporters that the army officer was hired by a lady to collect rent in the market’

In the process, he reportedly began threatening people with a knife, daring to stab anyone who came close to him. Soon after, he forced a young man to take off his shirt and crawl in a canal with dirty smelly water. A video obtained by SaharaReporters shows the young man being subjected to public humiliation by the power-drunk soldier.

The source said, “This incident happened at Fayose Market yesterday, 22/06/2023 around 10 am …where this woman in red head-tie brought a soldier to the market to collect a rent and harass anybody who dares to intervene…the yet unnamed soldier ordered this young man to crawl inside a dirty water just because he said “Oga soja enisuru” meaning soldier man, please calm down.

“The soldier threatened to stab and kill anybody who dares to come near him with the knife he’s holding. After he left the market, the whole marketers gathered up for an emergency meeting based on the harassment and humiliation done to us inside the market by this irate soldier. We all now decided that the soldier and the woman who brought him should be arrested by the Nigeria police.”

The source continued:“We lodged a complaint at the Ado central police station (Oke sha Ado Ekiti) and also at the police post inside Fayose Market. “The police search and investigation revealed that both the woman and the solider came from Ilawe Ekiti to Ado Ekiti yesterday (Thursday).”

According to the source, the woman and the power-drunk soldier were arrested around 8:30 pm on Thursday. They’re currently being locked up at the state CIID headquarters on Iyin Road, Ado Ekiti,” the source said.

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