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5 things that will put u into trouble with the Nigerian police (Number 5 will shock you)

Nigeria Police

Police officers here in Nigeria love harassing people unnecessarily. You’ll be surprised when they embark on listing your offenses.

If you are confident enough and would love to attract police trouble in Nigeria, try these tricks and don’t say I didn’t tell you initially.

Top 5 Things That Will Surely Put You In Police “Wahala” In Nigeria:

1. Claiming Right Or Claiming To Know The Law


Try to prove you know the law more than them. Most especially when you tell them you know your rights. When it comes to police, rights take on new meanings.

2. Carrying Laptop In A Backpack Or Just The Backpak


Just know that it’s either you part with a huge sum of money or you lavish in the cell for a night. To Nigerian police officers, you’re an internet fraudster.


3. Walking Or Going Outside At Night

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Buying Suya late at night: Your girlfriend craved suya and you decided to be a good boyfriend. God help you if police officers decide to raid that night, you’re done for.

4. Having Dread Locks, Tattoo, Or Gold Chains, Or iPhone

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Once you’re on dreads, you automatically sign for police trouble. To them, dreads means you’re a potential criminal. If you want to add more salt, just tint your dreads to red or green.


5. Using A Benz, Venza, Or Any Sophisticated Car


Make sure you are a young guy and your car is above the 2009 model. To police officers, you are a bag of money. Therefore, it’s very easy for them to milk you.


Funnily enough, when armed robbers are operating in an area, they won’t show up until the robbers are gone.

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