Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

A dancer known as Janemena on social media was brutally attacked by Delta state police officers and so was her sister and a pregnant friend who went into a coma as a result of the brutality.

In the videos shared by Jane, some policemen can be seen slapping her younger sister. Her friend was also seen in one of the videos lying unconscious in the middle of the road. She said it was the officers who strangled her then tried to escape afterward. She went on to reveal that after the pregnant woman was taken to the hospital where the doctor informed them she was pregnant with quadruplets.

 

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

 

The attack left all three women with serious bodily injuries that landed them in the hospital. Jane had swollen tissues and had to have her hand bandaged. She said the police officer in charge later came to meet them in the hospital, offered NGN30,000 for their treatment then begged them to delete the videos of the assault and forget about it.

 

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

 

Watch the video and read her account of the incident below.

 

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

Police brutalize popular dancer, her sister, and a pregnant friend who went into coma as a result (video)

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Source: Linda Ikeji’s blog

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