Female officers of NIS queried for doing the #BopDaddychallenge (video)

Female officers of NIS queried for doing the #BopDaddychallenge (video)

- The Nigerian Immigration Service has queried female officers for doing a social media challenge

- In a video shared online, the officers were participating in the #BopDaddychallenge trending online

- According to a query letter sent to them, the officers were accused of participating in an act unbecoming of an officer

The Nigerian Immigration Service has queried some female officers for joining the trending #BopDaddychallenge. The service accused the officers of taking part in an act unbecoming of an officer.

A Twitter user identified as Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi shared the video of the officers participating in the challenge on the micro-blogging platform.

In the video, the officers were seen showing off their uniform then transforming into something casual to show what they look like in uniform and what they look like having fun outside of work.

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Osowobi also shared a screenshot of the letter sent to the officers. In the letter, the service said the officers sabotaged the values upheld by the service.

According to the service, the women caused embarrassment to the service with their immoral behaviour.

The letter also asked them to make a request within seventy-two hours of receiving the letter if they have a reason why they should not receive disciplinary action.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Nigeria Police Force said it arrested two officers who were caught in a video assaulting a woman at the Odo Ori Market, Iwo Osun state over alleged breach of lockdown directive.

The force, in a statement released on Saturday, April 18, described the behaviour of the officers as "unwarranted, unnecessary and unjustifiable." The names of the officers, who have now been subjected to the trial, are Inspector Ikuesan Taiwo with AP NO 251724 and PC Abass Ibrahim with Force No. 509634.

The police inspector general, Mohammad Adamu, was said to have been angered by the viral video and immediately directed the CP Johnson Kokumo, the commissioner of police in charge of Osun state command where the incident occurred, to get the officers arrested.

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