- Five employees of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) have been punished for participating in a viral social media challenge
- The five ladies had participated in singer, Falz’s Bop Daddy challenge
- The NIS has now punished the ladies for violating the agency’s internal code by redeploying them to states that are currently battling insurgency and coronavirus
- Nigerians on social media have reacted to the punishment meted on these ladies
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Five female employees of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) seemed to have bitten more than they could chew after they participated in a viral social media challenge with their uniforms.
The young ladies had participated in the viral Bop Daddy challenge where they were seen transforming from their uniforms to other beautiful outfits like the challenge has been known for.
Well, the NIS has now taken action against the ladies after they were told to explain why they should not be punished for allegedly ‘violating the agency’s internal code’.
The five ladies involved were given stringent redeployment to states in the country that are battling insurgencies and the coronavirus.
The ladies were posted from places like Lagos and Abuja to Kano, Yobe, Borno, Rivers and Akwa Ibom. The NIS staff were also told to report to their new postings within seven days and they are to sponsor themselves.
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Nigerians on social media have now reacted to the punishment meted on these ladies. Some said that they did not abide by NIS rules while others said that the punishment was too much and asked if having fun was a crime.
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Legit.ng had earlier reported that singer, Falz, had reacted to the query issued to the five NIS staff who had participated in his Bop Daddy challenge.
Falz had sought for help on social media via his Twitter page to reach the five ladies involved.
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