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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The Preaching Police Man And The Ethics Of His Job...

This is a policeman preaching in a Lagos Market.
Is there anything wrong with this? Is it professional of him to do this wearing his Uniform?



55 comments:

  1. His ogas at the top would answer that.

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    1. Absolutely nothing wrong in my opinion.He may be dressed up because he just closed from work or will be going to work after preaching.
      This goes to show that not every policeman is without the fear of God.
      The word of God will reach every corner in Jesus name.
      Let's spread the gospel everywhere. School, bank, hospital etc
      Jesus is coming soon
      Preach on Olopa!
      God bless you

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  2. Osetigo! The hunger is real..
    So unprofessional!

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    1. Heheheheh Sandy abeg how this one take relate to hunger

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    2. abeg ask her for me ooo

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    3. What has this got to do with hunger? Change your mindset and watch things change

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    4. Queen Amy, He no go seek for offertory ne after d 'preaching'.
      Kikikiki! No be police again.

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    5. Lol e no better pass bribe at least no be by force

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  3. It's unethical but I don't think he hopes on returning to his job.

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    1. What about the soldiers singing on AGT in their uniforms.

      It's not everything that should be a problem pls especially if he wasn't on duty

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    2. Eka Joy, It is unethical to use his police uniform to preach. He is under a profession and I believe they have ethics and rule guiding them

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    3. By t this is Nigeria. Everything in Nigeria is religiously inclined its not like Europe or america we're these days you can't even say Jesus in a public gathering because people take offence. This should be OK as long as its not working hours. Why can't we be a country that's different but still thriving like China.. Or dubai Must we copy copy everything abroad?

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    1. Come and see them doing praise and worship at Area F.

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  5. Very wrong and unprofessional! If he wants to "evangelize", he should remove his uniform & do whatever religious exercise he wants to do. The Nigeria Police has no religion or tribe, it is simply...Nigeria Police

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    1. Nigerians and their backward thoughts

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    2. Eka...lol. Why are u attacking the post upandan nau...its the truth. Nigeria Police is neutral and doesn't take a stand with Religion, class or anything but to protect the lives of the citizen. What he is doing may bring problem in the force. You can't try this in the states nah

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    1. Undercover with uniform?

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  7. Maybe a member of Trigger Happy Ministries(Motto: Always Firing the devil)...

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    1. Lmao...very true, Trigger Happy Ministries indeedπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      LEPπŸ˜›

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  8. The collect bribes, steal and do all sorts of evil while on uniform. If this one is preaching, then its a welcome development to me.

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  9. Very unethical.
    If he is sacked now,he will say his "enemies".

    He should be reprimanded tho. Even his pastor should call him to order.

    In God there is process.There is accurate timing. And there is respect to authority.

    Even if the cop was offduty, why wear the uniform???? For attention? Oga have several seats.

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    1. If u watch America's got talent, u won't say this.

      What about those that wear their uniforms to weddings and unofficial events???

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    2. eka joy God bless u,let them be shouting is wrong.

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    3. America's got talent is American not Nigerian. Rules differ. No problem with him preaching but he should remove his uniform.
      I wonder what you would say if he was preaching Islamic doctrine.
      The Nigerian Police Force has no religion or tribe.

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    4. Good one Ollie. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
      Few points making sense here. Nigerians will always mix up sentiments,religion and professionalism on the steady. Sad.

      Let me keep scrolling upwards. Lol

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  10. This is like missing religion with one's job.

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  11. This is wrong cos he's doing it on office time. Maybe if he was off duty he can come back and preach but also without the uniform. If an atheist/muslim does this now na shout.

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    1. Thank you, a sane and well reasoned comment.

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  12. GOOD to know

    they take bribe with their uniforms on

    why can't they preach with their uniforms on



    #GOAT™

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    1. God bless you Danny Fisiye!!!

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    2. Pow! This comment deserves a drumroll. I think its wrong but you just pointed out another wrong they do in uniform so...

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  13. Why not go home, removed his uniform and go for the evangelism!
    Why do it on duty and to worsen it, on his official uniform.

    This is very wrong, unprofessional and unethical!
    I hope he's not queried or excommunicated from the police force.

    I call this, misplaced priority.

    There is time for everything.

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    1. Who told u he's on duty????

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    2. Excommunicate from Police force??? Mrs R wonders would never end.

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    3. @Eka, he might not be on duty, but he's wearing his official uniform! That makes him unprofessional.

      Nothing wrong in going on evangelism.
      Those police officials that wears their uniform to marriage ceremonies etc, to the best of my knowledge, are also on official duties.

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    4. @anonymous, I meant to write "expel" lol.

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    5. Highly unprofessional.
      Misplaced priority.
      If they see a woman wearing a military uniform preaching,I'm sure they will strip her. That is where you see them explaining what the uniform stands for.

      The fact that he is preaching instead of collecting bribe doesn't make this right!
      IT IS WRONG. Admitting this will not make one a lesser christian either!!!!

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  14. Nigerians can never be satisfied, if he was caught collecting bribe in uniform, u will condemn him, now he is doing something good u people are still complaining

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  15. The Nigerian police uniform means nothing. You can do anything you like as a police officer with it. People who have N50 as their ID card

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  16. How sure are them that he is a real policeman. I saw a south african pastor wearing army camouflage for his banner.

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  17. Everything about it is wrong! You are preaching in your uniform (Wrong) You came to a market place to preach in uniform (wrong). Go to your office in your uniform and preach to your colleagues and bosses (right). Let me see if you can do that?

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  18. Nothing.......wrong to me..Instead of to wait for the crime to happen..change them..and bring em to jesus...nice work

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  19. This is not an honest police officer. Waiting for the follow up story on this matter.

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  20. Lol.This picture though.Hope the IG sees this.

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  21. If he's not on duty, it's fine. Maybe he's done for the day and prefers to use his spare time to do his Father's business. But if he's on duty and he's doing this, then I don't think it's OK cos he won't focus. God only knows best at the end.

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  22. I prefer him preaching with his uniform, than collecting bribe with the uniform.

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  23. He is trying to pass some information to who care to listen that not all police men are bad. Some are Good and serves God. I like his pertain

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