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Friday, March 29, 2019

Disaster Waiting To Happen.....

This is Mobile Police Barracks Quarters behind Harbour Road at Old Port Harcourt township.....
Look at how old and thin the Building is?Please alert the appropriate authorities!




35 comments:

  1. Dat place should b destroyed completely.Do u know some officers females oo take their baths inside basins n poo in buckets? D toilet collapsed sometime ago n nothing has been done.D stealing dat goes on deir nko? U go fear fear...police pple children r d biggest criminals ever especially Barracks ones. 2 tink dat monies is always allocated to this sorts of tins beats my tots,wat happens to d money? It's a shame. God bless u Stella for reporting ds . hopefully it'll get t d relevant body.

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    1. My former supervisor grew up in the barracks. The lady is so aggressive. Always fighting with one person or the other in the office. I suffered in her hands. Think it's her upbringing in the barracks.
      Even her husband ran away from the house for her.

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  2. The polithieves have eaten everything. Look at the house of those that have the guns to protect them. No wonder armed robbery is so rampant.

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  3. Na wa o, wike, Mr Project, work don land for you. After all, my people always say that, if man see snake and woman kill the snake, the koko is that, the snake must die.#NOMOREIDPCAMPINOURLAND#

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    1. Are u serious??? Is zit Wike's fault Or Federal matter? Who controls d police? I tink u shld start frm their. Before casting aspersion on d state Gov.

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    2. This should be the job of the Federal government.

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    3. Stop exhibiting your ignorance here. The police force is under the federal govt and not state govt. This has nothing to do with Wike

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    4. Educate yourself oh.
      That's how someone who's a staff in FMC Asaba was lamenting that Gov Okowa doesn't want to pay them.

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    5. @Nice Mum...u don kii me......πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  4. Reason the country will ever grow

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  5. Would the authorizty even listen

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  6. The one in ikeja enroute Maryland nko? They are in the same whatsapp group. Shior! Huge eyesore

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  7. I know this building when mum was working in port, stella this building here if you know the amount of people that occupies it ehhh you will scream and faint. And the place is dirty God

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  8. The place isn't benefiting to b inhabited by animals talk more of humans. D stench that oozes out from that place Na die o. Calling all relevant authorities especially the Federal Government. Ticking.....Ticking....Ticking....πŸ’£ Waiting...Las las Na sorry dem go tell d unfortunate people.

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  9. This barracks dey learn where Queens barracks dey na,worst barracks in Apapa

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  10. All the barracks in Port Harcourt, this how they look. Even Navy barracks Borokiri. Dem don try renovate that police barracks for same Borokiri last year.Nigeria is one unserious country,now that the building hasn't collapsed they won't do something about it.

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    1. Yes, the one in Borokiri now looks like a one star hotel😎😎, but I think It was done by NDDC.

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  11. Disgusting, absolutely disgusting! While other nations seek to uplift and take care of their citizens African nations have shown themselves over and over again to not give a shit about their ppl. I cannot even imagine the smell emanating from such an edifice. Just looking at it alone makes me want to vomit. Why won't the police be corrupt when they have trained in such a disgusting place I cannot fault them from being corrupt, can anything good come out of such a place?

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    1. I pity them.... To think children are brought up in this kind of environment....
      The sight alone makes me feel like puking🀒

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  12. Or rather, quite unlikely.

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  13. The abode given by the Nigerian state to its police officers to inhabit is one of the worst places of habitation in the whole world. Anyone living in this type of environment will always be angry all the time especially when they are providing security to the greedy and heartless members of the satanic ruling class and see the palatial mansions and opulence they they live in. Why will there not be accidental discharge, harassment and extortion of the public when you live in this horrible condition and you are armed. But they should please direct their anger and discharges to the criminals who wickedly sit on the glory of this conuntry.

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  14. If they renovate this building, within one year you won't recognize it. Have you seen those vehicles that some Governors usually donate to the police? After one year a brand new vehicle will look so dirty with dents and scratches all over. Police and dirt are like 5/6. That's how I went to see someone that was arrested by the police. The policewoman at the counter was eating rice while a few meters away was the cell oozing with the stench of urine, sweat, dirt. I couldn't stand it at all.

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    1. I agree with you that they will easy run down even a new building. But government needs to build new ones for them anyway, and hold each occupant accountable for any damage(s).

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    2. That is exactly the point ppl are making here. If you keep ppl living like animals they will start acting like one without even knowing what they are doing. There is no reason for any human being to be living under conditions like these. African nations are a damn disgrace because they view their citizens like trash, underserving of the basic needs of life. The schools, hospitals, housing for civil servants are all crap, yet there is the expectation that when you treat ppl like this they are still to deliver high class service and work of exceptional quality, how? Would any politician live like this? So why is it fitting for civil servants. Here in Canada the average police officer makes around $50,000 to start, great pension, great health benefits. They are treated like a valuable part of society. African leaders see the average African person as trash, and unworthy of anything decent and good. If you were born raised an lived all your life in Africa and werr able to make something of yourself 100% honestly you have achieved a feat greater than climbing Mt. Everest. Anybody who has achieved this feat honestly should never let a day go by where they don't thank God. Just being born on the African continent is already one strike against you in life if you are not from a rich family.

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    3. @18:10... I like this

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  15. What of the barracks at Falomo Ikoyi, just before turning into Bourdillon Road? Please the government should demolish all the existing police barracks. They are not fit for human habitation. Build structures that will lift up their spirits. All the police barracks I have seen in Lagos are an eyesore.

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  16. Mini-Okoro police barracks at old Aba road is the neatest barracks I have seen so far.

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  17. There is something wrong with our leaders. These places or agencies all have yearly allocations. What do they do with the money? I am very certain the people at the top pocket the money. How could people live like this? Even Prisons and Jails outside Nigeria, do not look like this. Na Wa!!

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