- Protesters in Abuja gave a traffic warden on duty food, drinks and fruits during the protest
- The sweet gesture was in recognition of his good works
- The overwhelmed officer broke down in tears after they left
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A traffic warden in Abuja was left in tears after protesting youths shared some of their refreshments with him.
In the post shared by @massmediaforum on Instagram, the officer was given food, drinks and fruits by the protesters as a recognition of his good works.
When the youths approached him at his post, he tried to flee but changed his mind and remained calm after realizing their motive. The overwhelmed officer broke down in tears after the youths left.
See post below:
This beautiful incident generated reactions from Nigerians.
Here’s how some reacted below:
"Him go reach house and re think of this again ❤"
"Thats the nigerian spirit."
"I know that police man...he's a very nice man."
"Now this is what i'm Talking Nice one guys❤️"
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In other related news, Legit.ng reported that a protester had said that refreshments should be given to police officers. The unidentified protester appeared to have reached out to one of those in charge of distributing refreshment items to youths who had come out to protest.
According to the individual, officers of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) should also be given food and drinks amid the ongoing protest. The protester also called for the donation of items such as inverters and solar panels to different police stations across the country.
Here's what he said:
"Let’s help them paint their buildings and start giving them rebranding. Let’s overwhelm them with love…let’s show them what they deserve. Let’s show them how they should be treated."
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