On Lagos Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

Just last week, a seven year old boy was reportedly beaten and burnt to death in Badagry Area of Lagos State for attempting to steal garri from a trader’s shop.

On Lagos Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law
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