- A video of men and women partying in 'army' camouflage fashioned into different styles of dresses has sparked reactions on social media
- Some of the jolly partygoers could be seen brandishing rifles as they danced with one another carefreely
- Nigerians have shared their thoughts on the video with some deducing that the incident definitely didn't happen in the country due to existing law
Mixed reactions have trailed a video of men and women dancing at a party in different styles of 'army' dresses.
Except with the permission of a present or governor of a state, Section 110(1) of the Criminal Code stipulates that it is unlawful for any person not serving in any of the armed forces in Nigeria to wear the uniform of the armed forces or any part of the uniform of such forces, Law Padi reports.
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In the video shared by Dele Momodu on Instagram, the jolly partygoers danced with one another.
Some of them danced pointing rifles at one another.
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Legit.ng couldn't ascertain the location of the event or what the occasion was.
Mixed reactions trail the video
"That can only be in the US or Europe...Erekere at the highest level sir."
"The way this guy is pointing his gun, is really getting me nervous.... I like the enjoyment anyway❤️❤️❤️❤️"
"It is not just forbidden for civilians to dress in camouflage. It is also forbidden in Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Jamaica, Nigeria, Oman, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, St Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Zambia or Zimbabwe."
"See as our African brothers & sisters are rocking camouflage in another mans country (France) But inside naija dem go label the person bloody civilian."
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Woman confesses to wearing army uniform to avoid paying transport fare
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a mother of three had confessed to wearing an army uniform to avoid paying transport fare.
The mother of three identified as Ayeni was one of the persons who was paraded by the army.
In her confession, the woman said:
"I was caught with an Army cap. I wear it to work to avoid paying transport fare because I earn N20,000 monthly but the agent collects N5,000, thereby leaving me with only N15,000 and I have children. I did not steal with uniform.”