Former Nigeria Vice President Atiku Abubakar has outrightly condemned the killing of physically challenge Nigerian, Alika Ogorchukwu in Rome, Italy, on July 30
Recall Alika was reportedly beaten to death by an Italian man, using the clutches of the physically-challenged Nigerian
Reacting to the gruesome killing, Atiku urge Nigeria Government and it Embassy to take swift actions and and ensure justice is served
In a Twitter post, Atiku wrote:”The murder of a Nigerian, Alika Ogorchukwu, in broad daylight in the streets of Civitanova Marche, Italy, stands condemned.”
” The life of every Nigerian, at home and abroad, is precious and deserves to be protected.
“The steps so far taken by the Nigerian Embassy in collaborating with the Italian authorities to ensure that justice is done is commendable. -AA
The Nigerian embassy in Rome condemned the killing, saying “the incident occurred on a busy street and infront of shocked onlookers, some of whom made videos of the attack, with little or no attempt to prevent it.”