Broda Shaggi writes open letter to police after alleged encounter with SARS

Broda Shaggi writes open letter to police after alleged encounter with SARS

- Comedian Broda Shaggi has complained about how Nigerian security agencies are treating the people

- The comedian wrote an open letter on his Instagram page to address the issue

- Shaggi said Nigerians are being killed for the selfish interest of Nigerian security agencies

Popular Nigerian comedian Broda Shaggi has taken to social media to call out Nigerian security agencies. The comedian said the security agencies in Nigeria are causing so much sorrow and pain for people in the country.

The comedian called the agencies out on his Instagram page. He listed the Nigerian police, Lagos State Traffic Management, and the Special-Anti Robbery Squad, as the agencies causing pain and sorrow.

In an open letter, the comedian said the agencies have caused the loss of life of many Nigerians.

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According to him, they treat Nigerians anyhow for their selfish interest. He added that enough is enough.

Shaggi also noted that if the officers of these agencies are not okay with the salary they are being paid they should quit and find something else to do instead of taking out their anger on innocent lives.

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The comedian said the security agencies are taking lives instead of protecting people. He did not reveal the reason behind his open letter, but it has been alleged that the comedian addressed the issue after an encounter with officers of the Special-Anti Robbery Squad.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that social media recently buzzed with reactions following reports of Nigerian singer Eedris Abdulkareem's recent encounter with the law concerning an issue with his landlord in Lagos state.

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According to reports, the veteran singer popularly known for his 2004 hit song, Jaga Jaga, was recently arrested by the police for allegedly beating up his landlord over an unpaid N535,000 accumulated electricity bill.

Abdulkareem reportedly forcefully gained entrance into his landlord’s compound in order to beat and strangle him for instructing officials of the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company to disconnect his house. The landlord said he had no idea the singer was his tenant as it was his wife who rented the apartment on his behalf.

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