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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

DCP Tunji Disu Asks Important Question....

Deputy commissioner of Police Tunji Disu asked this question after he might have gotten a phone call asking him to help........






32 comments:

  1. Hmmmmm.....someone just got bursted

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  2. Is that how it is done in England? Englanders, come and answer.

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  3. Driving without licence in England cost me 6 points off my licence that I didn't even have then so the punishment was waiting ahead. I was taken into custody for 24 hours and to court in handcuff and this idiot has the temerity to call a whole police commissioner.

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  4. Good question. When they come to Nigeria they become tout on our roads disobeying traffic laws.

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  5. Everybody’s blaming the government for the state of the country but we are all contributing our little bit to make sure the country doesn’t progress.

    These are the same idiots that will be shouting “saner climes” everywhere. You must have left your brain at Heathrow.

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  6. Tell them oo. So to them Nigeria is a lawless country abi?

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    1. Is Nigeria not a lawless country Biko?

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  7. charge him to court,and let him tell the judge

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  8. Why not say the money you asked him to give you was much and he can not afford it, that is why you are ranting like this

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    1. It's not everyone that is corrupt ,hope you know this?




      *Larry was here*

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    2. There's 2 sides to every story😄

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    3. There's 3 sides to every story😄

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    4. Anonymous come back and read the trash you typed.

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  9. Na dem! Naija is the ground where lawlessness is accepted, why won't he have the temerity to call a whole DCP? Smbh.

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  10. You wey know as e de go for England kuku tell us. Is this a country? Goan catch the hediots responsible for that Kogi PDP woman leader death.

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  11. you can take this to the bank, we are the most corrupt and entitled people in the world. rubbish

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  12. Yes that is how is done here, them go to oyibo land obey their laws, worship them well well, and help them repaired their country's, and when they return back to their mother land, they will not obey there rules because to them its a lawless country, when small thing happen now na them go first call nigeria zoo, that means we leaving in this country are animals include their families. God punish them.

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    1. God punish una first. the lawlessness we experience here everyday does it make it easy to do the right thing? i got back from london via KLM 3 weeks ago and it took me almost 3 hours to get my luggage. the arrival hall was stuffy and we were on immigration cue for almost an hour. you want to do the right thing and you are frustrated on every side. you choose to obey rules but someone who has long leg will overtake you. they even know you just returned and they frustrate you more....police stop you and you tell them you live abroad na wahala be that. nobody worship anyone abroad, obey rules and the system fits you in. here if system works the police has no business harassing people. take my number and send me my charges, if i dont pay i get penalized and necessary sanctions applied. here what you did is always twisted and exaggerated...

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    2. You live abroad but don’t know the difference between cue and queue?? Just asking. You better come back and correct this English before l charge you for misuse of words in the third degree.

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  13. Yes o. Even the whites forget their sense when they come here.

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    1. cos we dont have the sense. they want to do the right thing but are fustrated so they ship in

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  14. Hypocrite.. The Nigerian Police collecting N100 everyday on the highway from commercial vehicles. Is that how it is done in the UK?.

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  15. I hope to read tweets too on 'Oga this is for Christmas rice, Madam and children, recharge cards, etc". I'm sure if he got you a good present from England this tweet won't have happened. Eye service. Mschew.

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  16. rubbish so you have not been getting calls from big ogas to help intervene in some situations....you can call out this guy cos he might have been referred to you by someone or he is not directly influential in any way..his naija liscence might not be ready and getting it sef is not a days job...we dont have the full story so am not impressed. you will a bloody liar ifyou tell me you dont get calls from big men to sort out situations for them. if at all he even got any call, rubbish

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    1. Let him come online and continue forming the good lieutenant in his dutiful prime. Nonsense and buhari

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  17. He is right. I live in the US. I never drive when l come home because l fo not have a license nor permit to drive there. Apart from that, that Nigerian driving is not for me.

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  18. When you go to Rome, you do like the Romans. It is a crime to be lawful in a lawless society. Mr Officer, it tells you a lot about your Nigeria

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  19. Mr DCP, don't mind him oo. Just do your job without any kind of sentiment

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