The proprietor of the pharmacy where a lady was overwhelmed, stripped naked and filmed for stealing milk and different drinks in Asaba, Delta state on April 13, has been arrested and detained. Read the preliminary report right here.
Activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, says investigation exhibits the lady does not have a toddler as earlier claimed and had additionally stolen beforehand.
Gwamnishu says he’s nevertheless in opposition to the inhumane remedy meted on the lady. Read an replace which he shared on his Facebook web page under
We want to inform the general public that Mr. Ndobu has been arrested and detained at OWA OYIBU Divisional Police Station. He’s arrest was facilitated by Behind Bars Human Right Foundation in collaboration with Nigeria Police Area Command Agbor.
Some days in the past, the video of a lady that stole milk from a pharmacy retailer in Delta State went viral and we shortly obtained into the case.
UNBIASED FACT FINDINGS
Asides being stripped naked, overwhelmed up and filmed, we additionally gathered that the Anglican CHURCH KNIGHT who occurs to be the proprietor of the pharmacy shaved off her hair after ordering his supporters to stripped her whereas they made a video of the scene and posted on social media. This occurred 13th April, 2020.
Today, he was arrested and detained. Now in Police custody.
Meanwhile, we additionally discovered that the lady doesn’t have a toddler as claimed and the milk she stole wasn’t for her baby. This could also be a case of kleptomaniac as we found she has stolen extra earlier than.
Note that, we’re in no help of stealing, however we detest any kind of inhumane remedy meted on any citizen each male and feminine. We all the time advocate for the regulation to take it is course #DueProcess
No matter what, don’t take legal guidelines into your fingers..Always do the appropriate factor.
Be conscious we didn’t name for donation of any variety to the stated lady. We have contacted some organizations who can proceed from where we cease. #Rehabilitation.
DG, Behind Bars Right Foundation.”