Retraction, Correction & Apology: Wrong Image – Kehinde E. Imoleyo

In an article titled: SARS killed my brother, made us bury him without his corpse that I published on November 18, 2020, wrongfully using the image of Mr. Kehinde E. Imoleayo. I will like to tender my sincere apology over the mistake.

In my search for a stock image to use for the content, I came across your image on Google, which directed me to this site: https://www.thecable.ng/breaking-i-wont-allow-a-repeat-of-endsars-protests-says-buhari

I used the image as I felt it would be fit in the campaign against police brutality as it boldly states END SARS.

I hereby retract the wrong image used and also sincerely apologize to Mr. Kehinde E. Imoleayo for the error.

I regret the error and I send my unreserved apology to Mr. Kehinde E. Imoleayo for the inconvenience this mistake has caused.

The wrong image representation has been taken down.

 

 

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