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Sunday, December 31, 2017

Police Says If You Make Calls At Filling Stations,You Will Go To Jail

The police have said that making phone calls at filling stations is a criminal offence which could land the offender in jail.





The Force Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood, stated that an offender could be prosecuted and jailed forattempted arson.


According to Punch,He noted that police officers have the authority to arrest anyone found making phone calls or smoking at filling stations.


He described the filling station as a public facility where motorists cannot act as they like onaccount of the inflammable products like petrol and other petroleum products beingdispensed there.


Moshood, therefore, cautioned the public against violating the safety rules forbidding smoking and phone calls at filling stations.


He said, “Making phone calls or smoking at filling stations is a criminal offence and the police, of course, could arrest anyone violating the safety rules put in place to safeguard life and property at the filling stations.”

17 comments:

  1. Can they actually follow it up?
    Nor be police again?
    Mtchewwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

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    1. Thank God and I hope they really follow it up.
      Was in the filling station one day and was trying to stop one guy who was confidently making a call just by the pump, he just hissed and got into his car, I had to call the attendant to stop him, all these Hausa people that don't follow rules, I just told him if he wants to die he should go somewhere else and not involve innocent people

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    2. You are both wrong. Him for making the call and you for generalizing Hausa people.

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  2. Ghen Ghen!

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  3. Why not embark on proper public enlightenment campaign rather than threatening arrests? Methink people will be more disposed to doing the right thing if they understood the inherent danger(s) of doing otherwise.
    We all know Nigerians are naturally risk averse.

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  4. Proudly Anonymous31 December 2017 at 09:35

    If only it will be enforced.Too many people lack basic phone etiquette.

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  5. Now if police sees someone making calls 100miles away from filling station they would arrest. Food is ready for them.

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    1. Infact you understand this country well enough.

      LEP😛

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  6. Na wah this country is somehow oh. Why was I even born here self?

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  7. Supported!!! I get very conscious of this each time I drive into a filling station. Calls can wait cos ma life di more importamkpa biko.

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  8. Making calls in a gas station is actually dangerous. We shouldn't wait for a penalty to inculcate this in us.

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  9. Pdp will come out and politicised this... they will say it against freedom of speech or look for one grammatical phrase to confuse us

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    1. Bros Abeg Wetin PDP get to do wit this post? Abi na Dem say make ur APC dey mumu demselves? U no see ur dead men appointment address u come here come dey yearn opata! Guy park well joor.

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  10. Police is right

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  11. Under which section of the constitution?

    He must be a confused man

    KING XOXO MYSTERY

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