DJ Kaka shares a sad story of how his life changed after SARS officers killed his twin brother and made him spend months in prison.
Images of a Nigerian man, DJ Kaka, whose twin brother was reportedly killed by SARS officers, has gone viral on social media.
DJ Kaka, a PC science graduate, and a Master’s diploma holder schooled in Ghana and has been subjected to SARS brutality severally since he returned.
Through the protest in Port Harcourt, he appeared so haggard, and lots of “anti-protest” brokers have been sharing his photos throughout with the caption, “I heard he’s a protester too.”
Nonetheless, the younger man who was seen protesting at Onunu a part of Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital, was really a sufferer of Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) gross misconduct.
Sharing his unhappy story, he recounted how he bought again from Ghana together with his twin brother who was later killed my SARS officers. He was arrested and stored in jail for months. His iPhone was additionally seized.
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