The recent action of the Chairman of Code of Conduct Tribunal has sparked controversy in the country. A video circulated on social media in the early hours of yesterday showing Danladi Umar assaulting an innocent man. It's really unclear what caused the disagreement but the Chairman took things too far.
As the Chairman of Nigeria's Code of Conduct Tribunal, Danladi Umar shouldn't be caught with such disgraceful act. How would the Chairman of CCT decide to assault a man in the public?
Maybe the man has done something wrong? If that's the case, I don't think there is any justification to attack him. Why not arrest him since his security personnel were around him?
Nigerian Activist, Aishat Yesufu has felt the need to react to the situation. She said: "what is these premature looking men and assaulting people? Someone that looks like left over Spaghetti that should be used as bar bell. Does he think he can beat the Security man if they ask them to fight?
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