Photo Of The Day: Nigerian Policeman Turns Servant

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January 31, 2014 – Photo Of The Day: Nigerian Police Officer Turns Servant

See wetin oga Jonathan has done to our men in uniform???? These people are so underpaid. No wonder most of them are into bribe collection and extortion.

Imagine a police officer in uniform with a fully loaded gun carrying an umbrella for a wealthy foreigner.

Hmmmmm….Naija go better o!

28 thoughts on “Photo Of The Day: Nigerian Policeman Turns Servant

  1. This is the height of madness….the idiot still harbors’ slave mentality…how many whites will do same thing for a mere blackman in their country

  2. Nigeria police men av turn to servants and bodyguard only in Nigeria u will seen a foreign celebrity using our police men as bodyguard this is nothing I am sure many wash the rich mens car when on duty whe most now say no to all this nonsense

  3. Foolish police man dat is d job of d useless parrot come on give d low life bastard parrot d umbrella & rag 2 clean d shoe .oh p a r r o t where r u come & do ur work b4 i sack u fool

  4. u rent naija police d way u rent ur chairs and canopies…they hv dia price tags..if u hama overnite no matter how,yahoo yahoo,drug pushers..name them..they can even tie ur shoe lace..u need not worry..cos they are avail to serve u 24/7..mny talks ..bs works

  5. What a pic,I can’t stop laughing at the degrading barga.when i said i didn’t like the way the IGP’s son showcased our men in uniform like his property some of. you were in support saying it was all about security instead of you to acknowledge that the Nigeria police are disgracing themselves just because of money.Don’t judge them now that umbrella in case you have no idea is bullet proof is also for protection.As a matter of fact i will needing eight of them to help my grandmother with her cooking in the village.

  6. Very soon the Nigeria police will be holding the pe**s of a grown man when urinating or cleaning the back side of a grown woman.

  7. This is not a new occurrence Nigeria police officers are under paid and even not paid at all for months. The police barracks is a slum and this are people with families. What a degrading and shame that is meted on the same force my father served in the 1970’s. Police brutality, extortion, bribery and even robbery is a common occurrence in the Nigeria police of today.

    How many of the so called police knows the laws that govern policing in Nigeria? Majority of the police officers could not even construct a sentence not to say a statement and could such an Individual bring a case to court and be a principal witness? The whole system needs revamping and the only way is to have state policing let the recruitment process be handled by each state and still have a federal laws and state laws just like it’s been practiced in America at least we can borrow good leaves from abroad and implement in our own system to have a sane society.

    Images like this is sickening and all this nobody Chinese and Arabs coming to live like kings and Queens in our land is so sickening that REVOLUTION will be inevitable in this country called Nigeria. Now I see the reason why the Igbos are clamouring for a sovereign Biafra.

  8. Hw is dis jonathan’s fault? D policeman failed to uphold d intergrity of his uniform and wat it represents, u say its jonathan’s fault. If cock crows in d afternoon, its jonathan, if a woman gvs birth at 12months its jonathan. Pls let d young man be. Afterall d country has bn corrupt before he came and am sure dat when he leaves if u, u, u or u were to be on d seat, d situatn of d country will still be d same if not worse.

  9. foolish police man, becos of maybe 500 or 1000 wen e wan give u, na im make u dey fall nigerians hand, idiot man in police uniform. here in their land, their police dont give us vip treatment like this, then why this stupid idiot fooling himself ? you be big fool.

  10. Mmm… Police no b force 2 me o. Wetin em no do? Bribe? Killin of innocent ppl? Stealin? Abegi,una neva c d 1 whr b gateman?

  11. @ Atelly Betty. This is not a matter of being underpaid. That’s a bias concept–maybe outrightly foolish. By the way, have the police enjoyed better working conditions in the past than they are today? The looks of the policeman’s face should tell you the level of in-born idiocy ravaging his soul. Chikina!!

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