- Yoruba actor, Damola Olatunji recently had his movie set disrupted by some police officers in Lagos
- In the video trending, the officers' demands for their work permit was met with resistance from the actor and his crew
- The armed police officers were seen arguing with the film crew by the road side
The issue of police harassment remains a serious issue that Nigerians continue to face on a daily basis and as it appears, even Nigerian celebrities are not spared. Case in point being Damola Olatunji's recent encounter.
Currently trending on social media is a viral video of the Yoruba film maker and his crew being harassed on their movie set, by some police officers in Lagos state.
In the video, the police officers are seen in a heated argument with the crew members as they reportedly demand for their work permit. Despite the resistance of the crew members who maintain the police has no right, they press on.
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One of the crew members can be heard telling the police officers to go back to their office and do their job as what they (the crew members) are doing isn't a crime.
One of the police officers is later seen making a phone call.
Watch video below:
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Despite the numerous cries for a recall of the Police Force, it appears the harassment of innocent citizens is on the rise.
In a similar story, , social media was recently buzzing with reactions after a video of Nigerian singer Terry Apala's encounter with the police, surfaced online.
The Omidan crooner was captured on film, getting out of his car after he was flagged down by the police officers. The officers proceed to then search him and even go ahead to strip him of his shorts by the main road.
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