In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 07th, July, 2020

Heartbreaking Second A Nigerian Man Cries For Assist As He is Mercilessly Tortured After His Relative Left Him With Drug Lords As Collateral

Heartbreaking Moment A Nigerian Man Cries For Help As He's Mercilessly Tortured After His Relative Left Him With Drug Lords As Collateral

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Heartbreaking Second A Nigerian Man Cries For Assist As He is Mercilessly Tortured  After His Relative Left Him With Drug Lords As  Collateral

A harrowing video going viral reveals a Nigerian man being overwhelmed mercilessly by two males within the Center East after he was used as a human collateral by one other Nigerian man to gather medicine.

Sadly, the person named Andrew, who collected the medicine, didn’t return and the human collateral has been struggling torture and dangers being killed because of this.

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Within the viral video, the Center Japanese males had the Nigerian man’s fingers tied behind him as they flogged him. One of many males later pulled a gun on him and shot however he narrowly missed his head.

The Nigerian man is seen crying and begging Andrew to point out up.

He added that he has instructed his uncle to promote every part and pay “Nuruz.” He appeared into the digicam and repeated the plea to his uncle to come back and bail him out.

The Nigerian man added that if the cash Andrew owes the drug sellers just isn’t paid earlier than July 10, he can be executed.


“Andrew, take a look at what you place me by means of. Take a look at what you place your brother by means of. And also you say I’m your brother,
” the Nigerian man cried in agony as they flogged him.

One of many males is heard saying, “Subsequent time I am gonna shoot” whereas holding a gun to the Nigerian man’s head.


Watch Heartbreaking Video Beneath;


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