It has been a big disappointment for many Nigerians after a Twitter user identified as Obiora, has taken the social media to explain and lament how some Nigerian Police Force in Enugu allegedly robbed him. The Twitter user use his account to call for help from fellow citizens to help him recover his money as he said the Police operatives allegedly robbed him and his friends at a gunpoint, on their way home after NYSC.
The incident happened after the Ex-corps members finished their service and heading back to Anambra State all the way from Enugu. As he said, they met the police at their check point and his friends or colleague is the one driving, and that is where they ask them to stop and pull over. Here are the screenshots of his tweets Below;
Many of Nigerian Police Force are supposed to also known that not all students are into internet fraud. It is a big disappointing that Everytime most of Nigeria guys went out especially if they are with cars, there are lots of embarrassment they always encounter from many police officers.
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