One bartender at Club 183 in the Okota Lagos State has reportedly been beaten to death by the club’s owner, Don-V, and his brother over allegations of stealing a DJ mixer. The victim, identified as Destiny, was accused of taking the piece of equipment and was subsequently tied and flogged intensely by military officers while pleading for his life. An eyewitness claimed that Destiny collapsed and fell into a coma before taking his last breath. In a video making rounds on social media, the accused bartender is seen being brutalized by military men. Club owner Don-V has allegedly been bragging about the death of the bartender, emphasizing that he is above the law because of his wealth and connection. However, the state’s police command has not confirmed the incident or launched an investigation into the death of the young bartender. The disturbing video of the incident has been widely shared on social media, sparking outrage among Nigerians who are calling for justice for the deceased bartender.

A Twitter post shows the graphic footage of the incident, which has since gone viral on social media. The video has sparked a heated conversation about the issue of police brutality and the abuse of power by the wealthy and influential in Nigeria.