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Friday, April 09, 2021

Nigerian Police Dig Out Body Of CDC Chairman Who Was Buried Alive

The Rivers State Police Command in Nigeria has exhumed the decomposing body of Prince Deeka who was the Community Development Chairman of Kereken-Boue community in Khana Local government of the State.








Prince Deeka was reportedly buried alive by some youths who broke into his home and took him away to an unknown location.

The DPO of Bori Police Station, SP Bako Angbashim led his team to a thick forest between Andoni and Bonny local government areas of the state, where Deeka, was buried.

The 10-year son of the murdered community leader was taken along to the forest so that he could identify his father.

The State Police Command is yet to issue a statement to that effect :

from Dailypost




*Ah ah they should not have taken his 10 year old son along for such, as this might not be good for him.

27 comments:

  1. Why are we like this? Why take a10 year old for identification? Is there no other adult?

    This will surely have a very negative impact in the life of that child... It's too traumatic abeg not to talk of a child being exposed to such.


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    1. The Nigeria system and the way the police carries out it's investigations and action is too archaic and barbaric.

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  2. God have mercy!!!! But how can you take his son along with you? that would traumatized him... Nigerian police sef.

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  3. Gosh!!!!this does not sound good
    Wickedness!!!!

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  4. The heart of man is desperately wicked.

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  5. They shouldn't have taken the son to the place, psychologically the boy will be down
    Nigeria Police should have taken someone else like family who's related to the deceased. May his soul rest in peace ๐Ÿ™

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  6. The heart of man is terribly wicked.
    Buried alive๐Ÿ˜ณ

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  7. This is pathetic,but they should have taken an adult along instead of a 10years old. RIP to the dead

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  8. What?๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ Bury someone alive in this day and age???๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ

    God have mercy ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‘‹
    How will that boy feel? Hmmmm, speechless

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  9. This country is so draining to live in.

    This is not right! Taking a 10-year-old to do what again? Smh for the police force we have here.

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  10. I can only imagine the fear, the trauma, the pains and whatever he went thru bfor giving up. Why are we gradually turning to beasts? Even if he were Hitler, why such evil way out. Taking that baby to see his dad's corpse will certainly leave a scar for life and urge him to be equally same with the killers.

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  11. Do there's no.one else in the family to identify him than a 10 year old boy, Nigerian police don dey craze.

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  12. Baby Malu Over9 April 2021 at 09:18

    This doesn't look good at all, taking a 10 year old child to ascertain the identity of his late father? Absurd๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿคญ

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    1. In such horrible state of the body and circumstances?

      Kai

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  13. why bury him alive? I Can't even imagine what he went through before he finally died๐Ÿ˜Ÿ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ Why take his 10years old there? That child will be traumatized haba.

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  14. The Nigerian police is so daft. No empathy. Why expose a child to such gruesome act? Do they know what they have done to that boy for life? Horrible lot.
    Every day we are complaining about the evil the current government is perpetrating on the people, but real wickedness comes from the root. How can you do such to one of your own?

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  15. Nigerian Police kukuma no get sense tey tey

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  16. Please this comment is not made to support or criticize anybody. But there are always several sides to a matter.

    We must all know that whatever decision taken by another person or government agency, there is a reason even if we do not see or understand the reason, or think the reason as stupid.

    The Police who took a 10 years boy to the burial site of his father must have a reason. Because we do not know the reason does not make their action completely wrong. Certainly, the dead man had co-members of his committee; he has family members, the community people also know him, his wife and or mother of the child could also identify him. Why a 10 year old? the Police certainly have a reason. Stupid? Maybe. Legal? Maybe. Let us ponder: What if nobody was willing to go? Have some of us here not heard of cases where nobody was willing to step forward to be a witness or identifier? All over the world, some crimes go unsolved or un-prosecuted because nobody was willing to step forward to testify or identify. Have we considered that the Police believe the 10 years old boy may be easier to protect and hide than a grown man with children?

    Burying a man alive is gruesome death I would not pray such death for anybody. Maybe he was fortified beyond the weapons of his attackers.

    Was the man bad, I do not know. Was he against looters of the community money, I do not know.

    But the time has come when communities in the Niger Delta must live and look beyond Oil money and Government patronage. Their leaders must also serve the people with the oil money and government money because the wretchedness in the hinterland of that area is beyond pale.

    What some of the leaders and receivers of these oil money and patronage from oil companies and the government in the Niger Delta do to their own people is worse than what the Niger Deltans complain about against the Federal Government. Some communities get 100s of millions regularly direct from the oil companies, but the community leaders loot the money, send their children and in-laws abroad to school, place them in the oil companies' employment, live in luxury in the States' capitals while the communities' youths and amenities are left wretched. In one case, the oil company gave scholarship to the town youth. But the Community leader appropriated all and put the name of his wife's younger brother though his wife is not from the town so the brother-in-law was not qualified at all for the scholarship. The youths only found out when they complained to the oil company. Those acts and other related matters led to violence in the town. People died. Houses and businesses were burnt down and destroyed beyond repair.

    People must also hold their traditions firm. In those days these kind of events rarely happen. A community leader need not be a lone crusader for good because the traditions of the town and its keepers would assist him and protect him/her. On the other hand, a community leader who loots or oppress know the town's "real" grand mothers would come for him/her. In Isoko land in Delta State, when summoned, they go with their old mats on their head and only a waist wrapper. Their visit to any errant leader or deviant, and their ceremony in front of the person's house usually brings repentance and restitution, or death and disaster to the person and maybe supporting family members.

    Today, Christianity and modernity has made eroded such traditional practices but has allowed deviance by the elders, the leaders (rulers), and the youth to the despicable depth that a man would be buried alive.

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  17. The way things are done in this country eh,in short ike guru...

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  18. Where was the mother and the relatives of the dead man and his wife when the police took the little boy to the forest. Why would his mother and relatives allow that. Before criticising the police know that the mother of the little boy failed him. The police do not pick who to identify a dead body, they ask the family of the dead to bring a relative that will identify the dead. In this case the family probably picked the little boy.

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    1. In many of these cultures, the wife is not the one who has a say. It may have been the oldest male relative that decided that only a younger male relative will remember what the deceased looks like and can sign papers. This preservation of hurtful patriarchy is what may have exposed the poor boy to trauma. It may also be that the boy is the only male who is literate or the older ones don't want to get involved with the police so they think sending a child would mean he is more likely to be treated better and quickly released. I honestly wish the incident didn't happen. Losing a father and being forced to grow up so fast is hard enough.

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    2. @Anon, I'd rather leave the corpse with them than for my 10 year old son to identify his father's rotten corpse. I really do not care what the community, the state, Nigeria and the world at large would say. That woman should have protected the mental health eher son at all cost but she chose to be a "good" little wife.
      Mtcheww

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  19. How a person who buries another alive can sleep at night, one really wonders. May Almighty God expose those creatures. I pray He numbed the agony for the man. It's instances like this that make one long for instant judgement.

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