Woolwich: suspect believed to be involved in attack – Video

A man has been killed in a machete attack and two suspects shot by police in Woolwich, south-east London. The Met Police said a murder inquiry was being led by its Counter Terrorism Command. Prime Minister David Cameron said the UK would “never buckle” in the face of terror attacks.

Woolwich Attack Suspects

Footage has emerged showing a man wielding a bloodied meat cleaver and making political statements. Police confirmed two men had been arrested in connection with the murder. There are unconfirmed reports that the dead man was a soldier and also some reports state that one of the suspects is a Nigerian named Michael ‘Mujahid’ Adeboloja. However, this has not yet been confirmed.



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5 Responses to "Woolwich: suspect believed to be involved in attack – Video"

  1. Emmanuella Fenemigho says:

    Now he is a Nigerian-British person. If he won a medal instead then he will called a British citizen.

  2. ifeoluwa says:

    Michael ‘Mujahid’ Adeboloja is a Briton, NOT Nigerian.

    Nigerians all over the world, especially those in UK should speak out and condemn the hacking to death of a soldier in London.

    The killing was done by a British citizen and not a Nigerian as speculated, his name does not confirm his nationality.
    British born Michael ‘Mujahid’ Adeboloja with an accomplice beheaded a British Soldier in Woolwich, London. It is now being made to look like Nigeria has “shown itself again” in the action of this British boy.

    This ‘lunatic’ was born in the United Kingdom, never been to nigeria, issued a birth certificate in the UK and holds a British passport.

    He now commits a barbaric act and suddenly he becomes a Nigerian?

    Is it because he is not Gabriel Agbonlahor playing for Aston Villa and the Three Lions, or Andrew Osagie, UK’s reigning 800m champion, or Lawrence Okoye, British Discus Record Holder (68.24m), or Abiodun Oyepitan, British Olympic Silver and Gold Medalist, or Christine Ohuruogu, Beijing Olympic British Gold Medalist, or Eniola Aluko, British Olympic Female Football star, or Temi Fagbenle British Olympic Basketball queen, or several other thousands of British citizens with Nigerian connection who are making the country proud.

    Please pass on and let the world know that Nigeria should be left out of this neo-colonial agenda.
    Nigerians are a great people and they are usually positive additions to any culture they join.

    Proudly Naija


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