by Benson Agoha | International
A video showing the chaos that trailed the murder of a Nigerian in Palma Mallorca, Spain in 2011, has gone viral after it was share online.
Shared by Nigerian Camera, the video showed the dead body lying on the pavement, in front of the building, covered with a blanket. Police formed a cordon around it, as angry relatives are prevented from touching it.
Of the cars surrounding scene, one had a bullet hole on it's damaged front wind-shield. A woman crying loudly approached and tried to grab the dead man, but was stopped by the police.
In a balcony on an apartment flat upstairs a group of Nigerian gathered and looked down at the unfolding drama.
A suspect was handcuffed and let away from the scene while the dead man was tagged and removed on a stretcher.
Identities of the dead man and the suspect were not immediately given. Also not much was given by Nigerian Camera which shared the video on Facebook,.
As some angry Nigerians rioted, rocks and objects were hauled at the police. A medic was seen cleaning his kits of blood stains.
The website advertised on the screen was reportedly only registered newly but has not been hosted. As the drama unfolded, a car was set on fire.
The confusing situation left much to ones imagination, except when you look at the comments in someone explained "the guy is a drug dealer trying to escape they shut him, the guy na Igbo."
Another said "i counted 9bullet holes on the car screen!! this was no random murder!!!!!."
But although the incidence reported took place in 2011, Nigerians are viewing the video and asking why they seem to be alone abroad when similar things happens to them.
Watch the video by clicking here, and scrolling down the thread.
* by Benson Agoha (with Lead video by Nigeria Camera).