- Some social media users in Nigeria have slammed the police in Lagos for their alleged poor conduct
- This came as a lady, Eniola Toluwalase, shared her experience with security operatives in which they refused to come to her aid after her handbag was stolen by thieves
- Other social media users recounted similar bitter moments with policemen and claimed that nothing was done to save them when they needed help
Nigerian Twitter users have taken to the social media to share their experiences with the police command in Lagos, following the alleged refusal of some security operatives to come to the help of a lady whose hand bag was stolen in front of Panti police station, Punch reports.
Recounting her experience, the victim, Eniola Toluwalase, said: “My bag was hijacked this morning by 6am directly in front of the Panti police station. About 10 armed policemen witnessed it. I begged them to chase the guy since their truck was there.
"They said they are going somewhere and I need to go lodge a complaint inside the station,” Toluwalase revealed."
In a similar vein, one Twitter user, Chronicle@ristoflex, revealed that rather than get help from officers when his phone was stolen in the Ikeja area of the state; he said the policemen told him ”welcome to Lagos.”
The social media subscriber stated:
A man identified as Boye Abe recently took to his Facebook page to applaud a police officer who gave first aid treatment to some accident victims.
According to the man, a minor accident happened between a keke and an Okada and both parties were injured. He continued that when they were about to leave, some policemen came with their van and offered to give them some first aid treatment.
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