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Motorcycle rider allegedly calls Hausa colleagues to beat, burn man to death over N100 balance

A group of domestic husbands allegedly hanged and burned a sound engineer, identified only as David, in the Leki area of ​​Lagos due to a misunderstanding of the N100's balance with commercial motorcyclists known as Okada riders.

According to SaharaReporters, sources said the situation escalated and led to a fight between David and one of the Ocada drivers and several motorcyclists who allegedly attacked David and his friends and beat them unconscious.

David was returning from the club when the incident occurred at Phase 1 of Lekki, Lagos a few days ago.

The publication above reports that video of the incident shows the deceased being beaten along with an unidentified man who is said to be a friend of David.

David's friends Frank (saxophonist) and Philip (pianist) must be admitted to an undisclosed hospital.

A tweet from Ufuoma (@thecolourpen) read: "#JusticeforDavid killed in Lagos over #100 changes #JusticeForDeborahSamuel killed in Sokoto #JusticeforPhillipandFrank fighting for his life in hospital.

He added: "A group of musicians in Lagos performed 'normally' at a beer bar on Admiralty Road that evening. The sound engineer and pianist who assembled the same motorbike had a fight with the guy from Okada (the Aboki guy), resulting in a cold blooded night.

The other Ocada riders (who are from the same tribe) come out and try to take revenge on their "brothers". To cut a long story short, try to hit a table and the sound engineer loses his life there. "As if that weren't enough, the sound engineer was burned in the street. Worse, the saxophonist who was supposed to be playing at night heard about what was going on when the fight had just happened and tried to calm himself down without understanding what was really going on. .

"He was also beaten upon arrival. The saxophonist (Frank) and pianist (Philip) had to be taken to the hospital emergency room, where they were then treated. Philip played for D'banj Frank played for Phyno."

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