On Saturday, 25th of April, a lady on twitter called on the NCDC to arrest her mom for attending a wedding in Aso, Maraba. The lady with a twitter user name "blackie~chan" ask the NCDC to send a task force to locate and shut down the wedding ceremony.
Her statements reads;
"Dear @NCDCgov good morning Please can you arrest my mom in maraba, she went for a wedding at Aso in maraba, please send your task force there to locate them and shut down the wedding ceremony. Thank you. "
After a while, she took on twitter again that her mom is back home, and according to her mom, the wedding was scanty with less than 20 people. She also added that she will be calling the police on her mom next time she goes for an occasion.
Her tweets reads;
"Dear Twitter NG, My mom has been back home & she said tge wedding was a scanty occasion with less than 20 people & i told her the next time she goes for any occasion i'm calling the police on her. Thank you guys for the insults and yes it's my mom's birthday today 😊 wish her well"
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