Tailor Who Was Arrested For Not Wearing A Facemask, Has Allegedly Been Paraded As A Robber By Police
By Zumadodo | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 2207 views
The Nigerian Police has been trying in securing the nation in some aspects of security, but in some aspects too they are not doing well.
A certain unidentified young man, who happens to be a fashion designer, was arrested some time ago because of his failure to heed to the executive order of the president, to always wear a facemask.
It was reported today by instablog Naija, that the fashion designer has been parades as a robber, along with four other robbers because of his inefficiency and the inefficiency of that of his family to pay the bail price which amounts to two hundred thousand Naira (#200k). Below is a picture of the man being paraded along with four others;
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