Gboah.com: #EndSARS: Toyin Abraham Shares Story Of How Police Brutality Made Her Friend, Adenike Disable Says "She Wasn't Born Like This.

#EndSARS: Toyin Abraham Shares Story Of How Police Brutality Made Her Friend, Adenike Disable Says "She Wasn't Born Like This.


Toyin Abraham, a veteran Nollywood actress, recently took to her social media page to give more meaning to her justification for joining the national End SARS movement.

The movie star wanted to tell the story of someone dear to her who had been affected by police brutality. According to her, a family member of hers was struck by a police bullet in 1996.

Toyin said that a friend named as Nike Adekanle had been confined to a wheelchair for the rest of her life after a police bullet struck her in Apata, Ibadan.

The actress said that the young lady was in the hospital for over a year and that the police had not visited, tried to pay the bills or shown guilt.

The movie star even shared a snapshot of her companion in a wheelchair with her.

“This is my family friend Adenike @nikeadekanle .. She wasn’t born like this, it was a stray bullet from the Nigeria police on the 23rd of July 1996 around 3pm in Apata Ibadan and she was in the hospital for over a year. Not even a call or check up or Bill payment by the police.

{P.s- I had to get her permission to do this }

#endpolicebrutality.” Toyin wrote.

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