Nigerian Police Force Public Relations Officer, (FPRO), Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi has left Nigerians and social media users buzzing after revealing why a Nigerian Police Officer will kick against been videoed or recorded.
A fan via Twitter asked the Nigerian Police Force Public Relations Officer FPRO, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi if it a crime for citizens to video record his men (Police officers) in public spaces while performing their duties.
To this tweet, Nigerian Police FPRO, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi have claimed 'there is nothing wrong', revealing that those who kick against it 'have skeletons in their cupboard'
Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi tweeted: "You can record or video our men on duty. There is nothing wrong. But those who kick against it have skeletons in their cupboard. Do you know the number of people who record and snap me per day? If you do the right thing, you won't be afraid of that."
This tweet from Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi revealing why a police officer will kick against been recorded has attracted reactions from Nigerians and social media users, as some have thanked him, while some have said they will go and buy a big camera.
Here are some screenshots of reactions from Nigerians and social media users:
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