Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

 

A sound engineer has been set ablaze allegedly by a group of commercial motorcyclists in Lagos

 

The young man, simply identified as David, was lynched and burnt to death.

 

David had allegedly gotten into a misunderstanding with a commercial motorcyclist because of N100 balance. This resulted in a fight between David and the motorcyclist.

 

More commercial motorcyclists got involved and allegedly joined their colleague to beat David until he became unconscious.

 

David, a sound engineer, was on his way home from a club when the incident occurred at Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

 

A video of the incident posted on Twitter shows David lying on the floor with a tire burning on his body. His attackers then pour fuel on the fire, causing it to increase.

 

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

 

David was beaten alongside his friends by yet-to-be-identified men.

 

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

 

David’s friends, Frank (saxophonist) and Philip (keyboardist) are said to be receiving treatment in an undisclosed hospital.

 

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

 

Friends of the deceased have gone on Twitter to call for justice.

 

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

Sound engineer lynched and set ablaze allegedly by commercial motorcyclists following disagreement over N100 balance

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