A Twitter user By the Username Kene Ozokwe has revealed a story and pictures about a Federal Road safety officer Christian Akpa, entered his Store and took a drink of yogurt and Raw meat, and started eating.
According to Kene. He said The officer came to his shop around 1:32 entered his fridge took a drink and started drinking, before he went to the chiller and brought out raw meat, and started Eating. Akpa was said to be approached by staff and told him he has to pay and the meat was raw.
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Here are some of their comments:
@Sir_banky: how would Government even think of giving this kind of people guns. He will kill a road user someday. A lot is wrong with Nigeria
@Dejitokimi: I want to believe the government intends on this issue is for the safety of them and ours but as the system is set up, it will end in tears. I hate seeing anybody carrying rifles around. That thing gives individuals some kind of power regardless of who you are. And it's wrong.
@Bollar_gee: The Government won't see this and address it now but they will see peaceful protesters.
See the photos of the officer
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