- A Nigerian man recently ranted on social media after his alleged undue treatment at the hands of the police
- According to this individual, he was severely beaten up by some policemen in Edo because he dared to challenge their opinions on bail
- The man who wanted to bail out someone was asked to pay N40,000 but he insisted that his friend should be let go for free.
A particular Nigerian man recently cried out on social media following an alleged brutal beating he received at the hands of some policemen in Ekiadolor, Edo. In a video which is currently making rounds online, the man said that he had come to bail his friend who had been detained 'illegally'.
When he arrived at the police station, he was asked by some policemen to give them a sum of N40,000 before his friend could be released. He, however, did not agree with them about this and insisted that bail should be free.
According to him, he was beaten for this reason at the police station. In the viral video, the man in question who stood in front of a prison cell showed how his clothes were torn in the process of being manhandled.
See the video below:
Some Nigerians reacted to the allegation made by the man. See some reactions below:
chief_tunana: "Hahaha his own is even better, my younger brother got arrested at about 5pm for looking like a yahoo boy, we bailed him with 70k allegations na water."
samuel__abah: "This revolution go happen las las. Since na wetin dem d find."
artmanafort: "The only time your bail is free is if you go with a lawyer"
floweagle_: "Sorry o bros, you should have known by now na that bail is not free. It is well with Nigeria."
campusvibes9ja: "You get luck say you no pay to bail yourself"
bello_rilwan_k: "When we were Young, we use to play a game called police and thief. But now that police are thieves. Which games our children go play. My tiff pass your tiff?"
Recently, a police officer was caught on video destroying a student's iPhone X. His action caused a lot of agitation on social media. Consequently, the policeman was arrested for what he did.
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