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6 Things Nigerians Do That Gets Under The Skin Of An Average Nigerian Police Officer



People always have bad stuff to say about the Nigerian police. They love bribe, they are never there on time when you call upon them, they can never help you for free and some of them are trigger happy. All these complainers most likely do not think about the welfare of these police officers, how small their salaries are or whether they are well equipped. Okay, you don’t complain about them in all that, but too are also likely to get on their nerves and without you even knowing it. INFORMATION NIGERIA has put together 6 things you do that also makes a policeman angry…

Calling a superior officer: The policeman hates it when they stop you during stop and search, and there is obviously something wrong with your vhicle – like your papers have expired, and instead of corporating with them, you pick up your phone and start calling their ‘oga’. To make matters worse is when the phone has to be passed to them.

Driving an officer’s car: Some Nigerians do this a lot. They put a military official’s stuff (like baret and horse whip) in their car or they drive their car and when they stop them, they instantly let them know the car is a ‘staff’s’ or say they know a superior officer.

I’m a lawyer: It is known fact that most police officers do not like lawyers and the reason is simple; lawyers act like they know the law too much, making an average police officer look totally dumb and stupid. No one likes to be reduced to nothing, not even the police.

Speak too much English: An average police hates it when you turn into an emergency English professor on them when they stop you or you have cause to interact with them at the station. Most of them love pidgin English too much and it’s their easiest way to communicate. Speaking ‘big big English’ sort of throw them into a state of confusion and leaves in short of words.



Taking a photo: They hate it when you bring out your phone camera to take a photo of them when they are doing something illegal or embarrassing. And in this era of camera phones, many police officer have lost their jobs while some others have be demoted.


Excuses: An average policeman hates excuses and many Nigerians are the kings and queens of giving excuses. When caught in the act of doing something wrong, they try to wriggle their way out of police net by giving unfounded excuses. Either settle or go with them to the station, enough of your bloody excuses (LOL)

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TECNO Stormed Computer Village with BBNaija’s OZO to Wrap up its Black Friday Sales Activities



The month of November is always known for its intense sales activities because the best deals of the year come
during the Black Friday Period. For TECNO, Africa Number One mobile brand, it was the time to reward its
customers with massive discounts and various gift items while also unveiling some of its new devices.

The brand in collaboration with SLOT stormed computer village as part of the events to wrap up its black Friday
sale activities, hosted BBNaija’s Ozoemena Chukwu to a hangout at SLOT Ikeja.

Fans and customers had a fun time interacting with the handsome celebrity while enjoying discount offers on
TECNO devices. Different deals and gift items were up for grabs as customers who made purchases at the store
enjoyed 50% discounts on Spark 5, Camon 16 Series and 100% cashback on the Spark 5 Pro.

The major highlight of the event was the presentation prizes to lucky winners. Customers who participated in
the spin the wheel game won gifts items such as Bluetooth Speaker; Power Bank and kettle while those who
participated in the Scratch and Win Promo won for themselves different deals ranging from 50% to 100%

TECNO also introduced two latest devices-the Spark GO 2020-powered by Google Android 10 Go Edition and a
TECNO POVA. POVA means ‘Powering Optimal Value and Ambitions’ is a rebrand of the popular battery series
formerly known as Pouvoir was inspired by the zeal to deliver budget-friendly smartphones with superior
gaming experience.

The first of its kind 6.8-inch TECNO POVA, is powered by Mediatek Helio G80 octa-core processor and hyper-
engine game technology that transforms gameplay experience giving ultimate stability and a high refresh rate.
Additionally, users will benefit from the “Game Space,” “Game Mode,” and “Game Assistant 2.0” features,
allowing them to switch to the “do not disturb” function, a much-anticipated experience all gamers will
absolutely enjoy.

The TECNO POVA is also equipped with a power-packed multitasking effect ramped up by 6GB RAM and 128GB
of internal memory. The device also has a 6000mAh super big battery, 18W Dual IC Flash charger, a standby
time of 30 days and the ability to play music for 8 days straight, on just a single charge. It’s the perfect
smartphone offering a way to worry less about low battery.

The new devices are available for purchase this November and for the rest of November, customers will enjoy
amazing discounts, instant and mega prizes on TECNO devices.

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Ezekwesili Reacts To Nigerian Govt’s Threat To Sanction CNN



Ezekwesili Reacts To Nigerian Govt’s Threat To Sanction CNN

Former Nigeria’s Minister of Education, Dr. Obaigeli Ezekwesili

Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, has reacted to a statement by the Nigerian government demanding that CNN be sanctioned.

On Thursday, Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, expressed that CNN should be sanctioned for its investigations which he described as irresponsible journalism.

Also Read: #EndSars: UK Parliament Set To Debate The Sanction Of Buhari’s Regime Over #LekkiMassacre

The minister also insisted that there was no mass killing at Lekki toll-gate, adding that it was a ‘Massacre with no bodies’

Reacting to the development, Ezekwesili, mocked the government over its threats at CNN.

She queried the reason for Judicial panels on the #EndSARS crisis if the government has closed its minds to information based on evidence.

She wrote:



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Man shares chat with mother who is trying to hustle a girl for him to marry



A Nigerian man identified as Opata Efungwu has shared his chat with his mother who is trying so hard to get a lady for him to marry.

From the chat with he shared, his mom sent a photo of a lady to him, and asked him to decide if he would want to see her when he comes home for Christmas.

“Check if you will like to see this girl in December when you come home for Christmas or not. If you will like to have her number or not. I still want to show you another person if you want me to”, his mom wrote.

Sharing the conversation on his Instagram page, he wrote;

“This life if someone told me when I was younger that a time will come when my mom will be hustling girls for me, I would never have believed it”.

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