Nasarawa: Woman Shot While Protesting Naked Against Sule’s Supreme Court Victory


A yet-to-be-identified woman was shot in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital, on Friday, while protesting against the Supreme Court’s judgement affirming the election of Governor Abdullahi Sule.

DAILY POST recalls that protests broke out in Lafia and other parts of the state over the court verdict, which upheld Sule’s election and threw out the Peoples Democratic Party and Emmanuel Ombugadu’s case.

In a video obtained by DAILY POST, the woman was seen walking naked and alone when an unidentified person shot at her.

The woman, whose identity could not be ascertained at the moment, was seen crying and rolling in the pool of her blood.

DAILY POST could not ascertain if she was shot by security men or hoodlums.

A background voice commenting in Hausa language after the woman fell said, “Lafia has become what it has become.”

Checks by DAILY POST show that there is palpable fear among residents of the state as irate youths in some areas are insisting that the protest against the judgement of the Supreme Court must continue until.

Ealier, the police the state forcefully dispersed aged women using tear gas at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) state secretariat.

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