A Twitter account user 'Obiora' has narrated his ordeal with the Nigeria police.
He shared how Nigeria police brutally maltreated himself and his friends.
According to his report, he said the police force asked for his car particulars which he provided and the police officer later accused him of being a Yahoo boy even without any evidence.
The man has called out the Nigeria Police on Twitter as well as other agencies in the Nigeria Police force to come to his aid.
Though this is not the first time this same event will happen in Nigeria.
This always happens most times to guys especially when dressed in a particular way.
This is a barbaric and uncivilized way of treating innocent citizens.
We want every Nigerian Citizens to be careful of Nigerian police.
Sometimes ago the harshtag #endssas trends on Nigerian Twitter where different people came out and narrate their ordeal with the Nigerian Police Force.
See the screenshot below...
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