A taxi driver whose name is not know has shared a video where he was seen disgracing a policeman. The video was taken from Ikoku, Mile 1 area of Port Harcourt, Rivers State. According to the events in the video, the driver gave the policeman his papers to check at a stop and search check point. After going through the papers, the policeman told him that his engine number is not correct and so he cannot let him go.
Image source: Instablog 9ja official Facebook page.
The taxi driver, being angry opened they brunet of his car and told the policeman to show him the engine number of the car. After doing this, there was a lot of fright and confusion on the face of the police man which makes one wonder if there is truly a thing called an engine number. Searching the car, the policeman and his co workers couldn't find anything that correlates to an engine number.
They gave a flimsy excuse saying that they would get a mechanic to come and check the car. The man kept on pressing and persisting but the policemen kept on roaming around the car, probably in search of what is not there. After this, the man just angrily put off the video. See the link of the video below.
Video source: Facebook @Instablog 9ja official Facebook page.
Source credit: Instablog 9ja
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