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Friday, September 23, 2022

Activist Reportedly Arrested For Beating Up Police Orderly Who Refused To Do House Chores...

 


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  1. Nawa! Human right activist indeed

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    1. You say that again Flawless, let full judgement of the Law handle her. Next time when them say make she choose between behavior and misbehavior madam go clean her eye πŸ‘€ well well choose the right one.

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  2. Them say na MKO Abiola ex wife ,I hope she gets punished severely for this act, in asmuch as we dont want police brutality on civilians, civilians shouldn't brutalize them too.

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  3. The arrest is in order. Why brutalize someone, uniformed personnel or a civilian to the point of bleeding?

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  4. The humiliation some orderly go through in the hands of there superior is something else, military personnels are not housemaids naaah, accord them with the respect they deserve for God's sake

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    1. Paprika the police and the military are 2 separate entities pls. Another name for military is the armed forces.

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  5. She can't even practice what she is fighting for

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  6. It is very shameful and demeaning for the Nigerian Police Force NPF to keep sharing officers to persons to be abused and used as maids,. Please this should stop, it's embarrassing and an eyesore.
    Let them engaged the services of private security companies.
    Police that isn't even enough for the general public, them go carry am dey give highest bidder like say na auction.

    BTW, these human rights activists are the ones that abuse humans rights the most in this country. They're all fakes. Clout and money. The last real popular activist was Gani, may God bless his soul

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    1. Amen jare, Dante.

      The rest, na stomach infrastructure them dey after.

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  7. Will this stop police from being posted to any one that can afford it and be allowed to do their primary assignment.

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  8. And she calls herself a human right activist,can't even be an example of what she stands for..what a shame.
    Abeg justice should take it's full cost.

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  9. Human rights activist isionu! Police orderly go dey carry handbag, sweep compound, pound yam, wash plates, wash clothes even carry children from school and baff dem join. That is why police can't combat crime they have been turned to house boys and house girls πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Hahahahahahaha. Small time we go see police orderly dey back their oga pikin for back, even with their uniforms on.

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  10. When the military personnels have reduced themselves and act as slaves,why wouldn't they be humiliated

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    1. Please where did you see military? I do not want to believe you guys do not know the difference between police and military. Pls u guys should read up, it is embarrassing.

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  11. Human right activist in the mud.πŸ™„

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  12. This is just a little of what most of these police people go through in the hands of people they are attached to.What is Abiola doing with a police orderly,can't they get personal security?
    The IG should withdraw all police escorts from all these so called big men and women abeg and make this case as transparent as Ice prince's arrest and prosecution

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  13. Wait! You mean the police in Nigeria are stationed to guard homes of civilians or is the woman in the police force?

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    1. That is ehn....Police wey never reach us ooo, according o Dante. Lol.

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  14. Wonders shall never end, some humans are just heartless.

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  15. Well I've seen an orderly escorting a woman into Hmedix. Perhaps to protect her incase she is kidnapped while she is buying Milo and milk. 🚢‍♀️

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  16. Nigeria Police Force should emulate their foreign counterparts by not giving police officers to private individuals. Police officers should serve the public ONLY.Celebrities and dignitaries should hire bodyguards to guard them. Withdraw them now Mr IG of Police.

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