The naval officer broke the man’s windscreen
A Nigerian man has taken to his social media page to cry out after being attacked by a naval officer.
The man said the military officer attacked him for driving too fast and broke his windscreen.
He shared evidence to support his claim.
After breaking his windscreen, he claimed the officer attacked him.
However, he refused to giveup as he came down and insisted that the naval officer must fix his windscreen which he broke.
Watch video below;
See reactions below;
officialmeri_madeinheaven wrote; Fact is these military men are not crazy people, no body will harass you for just driving fast, i know Alakija, i know the bottle neck traffic jam that can be there, so because the naval base is around there they take it open themselves to clear the traffic, and their presence there helps the place from alot of mishaps because boys in that area are not smilling if you know exactly what i mean, Nigerians are found of disobedience especially to the military forgetting that these people live their daily lives taking orders, their job is so hard enough, respect them and obey them, if you obey them they might just give you one yeye punishment and let you go, but since camera phones came and instagram came una go dey claim right dey record like say una get one general or Admiral wey una wan report to pass instagram, yall will be saying they should stay in their barracks like they do abroad, let them retire to their barracks, if you think you have seen insecurities, you will now experience the full arm length of insecurities.
toritseju8 wrote; Since we are not ready to organize ourselves for our betterment. 🤦🤦🤦🤦 Anything anybody see make him collect . No be 17 children die yesterday and i no dey see and post for them because say dem poor. No wahala sha
ogunlusitoyin wrote: Make anything sha no happen to u o cos justice no dey this Nigeria o🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️
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