- Nigerians have reacted to a video of French policemen on social media
- The policemen spotted a big calabash of 'sacrifice' outside the Nigerian embassy in Paris
- The French police were confused as they tried to know what is in the calabash
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The video of some French policemen expressing confusion as they find a calabash of sacrifice at the front of the Nigerian embassy in Paris.
The video, which is currently going viral online, showed the policemen examining the calabash as they were trying to understand what could be inside.
The calabash was filled to the brim, however, one could not ascertain what is inside it.
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The policemen were spotted walking around the sacrifice as they were heard making conversations in french.
Nollywood actress Opeyemi Aiyeola shared the video on her official Instagram page and as expected, Nigerians had something to say.
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Many expressed how they felt through laughing emojis.
Read some comments below:
iamfunminuro: "Why did they call the cops? Oyinbo policemen know nothing about ebo."
elizabeth.ogundare.52: "This one shock me o."
ms_chiomax: "Do they know what a sacrifice is???"
lordchitu: "lol. Nigerians!"
joshuamuzltoessentials: "E shock oyinbo o!"
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man finished his MBA at Oxford and posted a stunning photo to celebrate.
The man who is called Kingsley Ezeani made the nation really proud as he finished his Masters of Business Administration.
In making the news known on his LinkedIn, Kingsley shared a beautiful photo of his confident self in a black suit.
According to his profile on the platform, he is an Obama Foundation leader. He is also the managing director of Techhive Africa and has been in the position since 2016.
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