Eight Inmate Killed by the official of Kaduna Correctional Centre for leading a Protest

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No fewer than Eight inmate in Kaduna State correctional centre was killed by the correctional official.

Sahara Reporter, disclosed that, the inmate identified as "Hammed Abdullahi, Lucky Ugokama, Ibrahim Abukabar aka Baba Lolo, Yahu Salisu, Elvis Wisdom Adekpe, Lucky Njoku, Oluchukwu Oche also known as ‘No Witch’, and Ibrahim Abdullahi, were killed by the official, because they lead a Protest while Ogume Osifo Osarome is presently in critical condition after being severely tortured.

The report stated that, the inmate staged a Protest because of the deadly outbreak of Coronavirus, on the Protest, the said they could be infected with the virus, but the Protest turn out be violent.

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After the incident, the correctional official authority disclosed that it only one persons that died in the incident when security personal tried to dispatched the Protest after it turn out to be violent

According to except from The reports, " Findings by SaharaReporters on Friday revealed that a day after the unrest, at 12pm on April 1, prison waders went from cell to cell ordering inmates presumed to be ringleaders of the protest to come out.

“One Hammed Abdullahi was shot in the stomach by a prison guard, he died immediately.

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“Yahu Salisu was shot in the buttocks while Ibrahim Abdullahi died of torture," a top source in the correctional facility told SaharaReporters.

“Lucky Njoku was beaten to death by prison guards, he died of the wounds inflicted on him.

“Ibrahim Abubakar died yesterday too from the beatings he received from the prison guards,” the source added.

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Management of the Kaduna Correctional Centre are however, working hard to cover up the killings.

When SaharaReporters earlier contacted Muhammad Jalige, spokesperson for the Kaduna State Police Command, on the issue, he said it was "an internal problem between staff and inmates" of the correctional facility.

International rights group, Amnesty International has called for an investigation into the alleged jailbreak as well as the decongestion of all prisons nationwide by the Nigerian Government."

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