Man Confronts Police Officer Who ‘Planted’ Marijuana In His Car by sapphier ( f ): 11:42pm On Jan 19
A Nigerian man Lucky Onwurah Eriwa confronts police officer who allegedly planted marijuana in his car in Enugu, WonderTV media reports.
According to Mr. Lucky, some men of the Nigeria Police Force who were in a Passat saloon car with the plate number Abuja RSH578TH carried out an illegal stop-and search and in the process tried to implant marijuana locally known as igboo in their car.
Mr. Lucky has taken to his social media to raised an alarm about the illegal activities performed by some bad elements in the Nigeria Police Force. He also advised Nigerians to be on alert once they get stopped by men of the Nigeria Police Force.
“Some bad elements of NPF(Mopol) on illegal duty on passat salon wagon with plate no Abuja RSH578TH tried to implant Indian hemp(igbo) in our car at Oji river after a supposedly stop and search but thank God we caught him red handed with his partner. His names is Srg. Alex okolo
Disappointed we caught him, next is pointing gun at us and threatening to shoot us including my mother, we refused to back down, we also caught his partner still trying to implant another pack of Igbo in our car just to prove the first was not a fluke.
Only God knows the number of innocent victims who have suffered this thuggery and anarchy.
Advice: shine your eyes whenever police wants to search ur vehicle no matter the distraction as their first trick is to distract u and implant the marijuana in your luggage .
Stay in a position where you can see his hand clearly during search, no matter how he tries to obstruct your view.
Always Insist on one officer searching your car at a time not two or more(very important).
Make a video and send to someone immediately if they start threatening your life, these people can do the unthinkable.
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