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“A SARS Operative Made Me A Widow In 2017” — Nigerian Woman Recounts How SARS Killed Her Husband

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A Nigerian woman has recounted how an operative of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, otherwise known as SARS, killed her husband and made her a widow in 2017.

Narrating her story, the mother of three, said the officer, after reportedly killing her husband, said it was a case of mistaken identity.

“I grew up in an Orphanage and always wanted a family, when I did get one, they cut it short that’s why we need this ENDSARS protest and also reform the Nigerian police force, because many innocent people have died in their hands.We need to put a stop to it”. She noted.

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Father Of Man Who Donated Their Family House To Church Cries Out For Help

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The father of the young man who recently donated their family house to a church in Nigeria has finally come out to cry out for help

The young man simply identified as Shedrack was said to be an abroad-returnee who only came back to Nigeria and took religion serious. It was also claimed that he had donated his car to the church and just recently he decided to donate the family house to the same church as a seed offering.

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The father who appealed for help via a video uploaded by LindaIkejiblog was seen to have reported that the issue has been reported to the Police after they had written to the church and got no response.

He therefore pleaded with the General overseer of the Church to release the property as they would not want to involve legal actions.

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