Moments After Popular SARS Officer Bought A Car, Nigerians Asked Police To Investigate Him
By Goodluckvlog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 52804 views
Nigerians have been calling out a popular SARZ officer after he showed off his brand new Mercedes Benz worth millions of naira.They also asked the police to investigate his source of income and confirm if he is capable of buying such a car.
However,this happened after a man who runs a parody account similar to the police force posted his pictures and alleged that the officer use to exploit LAUTECH Students,He also urged his fans to ask the police to investigate the SARZ officer.The post went viral minutes after he posted it
Here is the post
Here are the photos of the officer with his new car
Nigerians have been doubting that a SARZ officer can purchase an expensive car like this,see reactions below
In my view,The accusations may be baseless because Officers earn enough and can save enough to buy anything they want.
What do you think?
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