Shock as Soldiers Brutally Beaten at Banex Plaza in Abuja [video]

Soldiers have been beaten up by some persons at a popular gadgets location in Abuja.

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There was mild pandemonium at the Banex plaza in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja when a number of civilians beat up some soldiers with whom they had an altercation.

In a trending video online, the soldiers cpufl be seen becoming underwhelmed by the people who outnumbered them by a huge difference.

The matter had started with some conversation between the soldiers and the people with tensions gradually increasing till it reached breaking point.

Residents have begun to lament at a possible retaliation as the area is one of the popular sites in the capital city where phone repairs and others atr carried out.


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