Nigeria: Act now: Emmanuel Egbo
Emmanuel Egbo, aged 15, was extrajudicially executed by a police officer in Enugu on 25 September 2008. He had been playing with other children and was unarmed. In August 2009, his body disappeared from the mortuary. In this document Amnesty International calls on the Police Service Commission for an immediate, impartial and thorough investigation into Emmanuel Egbo's death. The organization also calls for the immediate release of the body and for his family to receive reparation.
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