Lady Arrested By Police In Festac Lagos Over Missing Weave-On Receipt

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June 9, 2017 – Bribe Seeking Festac Lagos Police Officers Arrest Journalist Daughter Because Of Missing Weave On, Artificial Hair Extension Receipt

Some Police detectives attached to Festac Police Station operated illegally at Century bus stop on Ago Palace way on Wednesday.

The unidentified officers were said to have stopped a lady whose driving appeared suspicious.

After a brief stop and search, they checked her bag and found a brand new “weave on” (artificial hair extension) she bought to fix her hair.

The bribe-seeking officers were said to have requested for the particulars for her weave and when she couldn’t found it, they arrested her.

After 2 hours in their detention, the lady was told to go home and bring the receipt for the weave on.

Here is what veteran journalist, Richard Akinola said about the illegal arrest and harassment of his daughter:

If corruption must be eradicated from our dear country, it must first start with these men in uniform.

Can you imagine them asking for particular for her weave on.

6 thoughts on “Lady Arrested By Police In Festac Lagos Over Missing Weave-On Receipt

  1. They are the problem of this country they and those judges that collect bribe to pass judgment God save Nigeria

  2. She should do thanks giving for that simple encounter. It could have been worst. She could easily have been implicated for other crimes by planting incriminating evidence on her or in her car or handbag. She should also thank God there was no accidental discharged of their guns.

    We are all aware of the current state of affairs in our police force and not until real people take charge, our beloved nation will continue to be in a sorry state.

    Abeg make I collect receipt for the corn I just bought cos men in black is feeling this Buharism in a different way.

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