Basketmouth calls on airport staff to stop “breaking into passengers’ luggage"

Basketmouth calls on airport staff to stop “breaking into passengers’ luggage"

Comedian, Bright Okpocha popularly known as Basket has taken to social media to express his displeasure and call out an aviation handling company for what happened to his luggage.

According to the veteran comedian, it appears his luggage was tampered with at the airport by some members of staff of the company identified by his acronym as NAHCO.

He took to his Instagram page to speak on the issue, first thanking them for doing a great job before he went on to suggest the put their staff in order so as to stop them from 'breaking into passengers checked-in luggage'.

He wrote: "I want to use this medium to appreciate NAHCO, you guys have been doing a great job handling our luggage at the airport.....however, I suggest you advice your staff to have small shame....just a little, I’m not asking for too much. Breaking into passengers checked in luggage isn’t romantic....it’s 2018. Charity begins @ home not in the luggage of the airline passengers."

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This is coming after MTV Base VJ, Ehiz, revealed on social media media how his dreadlocks posed a problem to him when he went to renew hos passport at the immigration office in Lagos.

According to his post, he got his passport was delayed for 2 weeks simply because some members of staff at the immigration office did not like the fact that he had dreadlocks.

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