African Migrant Murder In Italy Triggers Anger, Outcry

On Friday, a man in Civitanova Marche's town center was caught on camera assaulting a Nigerian street vendor. 

The death of a migrant in central Italy who was attacked in broad daylight has sparked outrage in Spain. 

On Friday, a man in Civitanova Marche’s town center was caught on camera assaulting a Nigerian street vendor. 

The victim is seen being held to the ground by a white man in the recording, which was reportedly made by bystanders without any attempt to intervene. 

An Italian man, 32, has been detained on suspicion of homicide and robbery. 

The attack’s video, which has been widely shared on social media and Italian news websites, has shocked the neighborhood, with many pointing out the “indifference” of witnesses. 

Alika Ogorchukwu, was a married father of two. His wife, Charity Oriachi, broke down in tears as she described to the media how she was shown her husband’s body lying on the ground. 

Thousands of members of the local Nigerian community descended on Civitanova Marche, in the Marche region, on Saturday to protest and demand justice. 

Politicians in Italy also denounced the attack. 

Left-leaning Democratic Party leader Enrico Letta called what transpired “dismaying.” 

“extraordinary ferocity. a general lack of interest. There cannot be an explanation, “He tweeted his writing. 

Security “has no color” and “needs to return to being a right,” according to right-wing leader Matteo Salvini, who also expressed outrage over the death.