A lot of strange things has been happening in our country, Nigeria. Some of these things are so bad that you may begin to as your self how will a normal person do such a thing.
Some people who enforce the law are no excluded. As recently as you man who goes by the name @Kingarchibxng on Twitter narrated the sad experience he had with a mobile police officer I'm the morning of March 26th, 2021 who said his name was Nathaniel.
He claimed that he was harassed with a gun by the police officer on his way to work. The news was verified and reposted by @Nija_PR on their verified Twitter handle.
According to the young man, the policeman pursued and cornered him with his own car claiming that the young man hit his car.
He also said that the police officer broke his rear windshield and said that he would have also injured him if not that he was in a good mood.
The man was smart to get the pictures of the officers vehicle license plate number and the particulars pasted on his front windshield.
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