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Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by Bryan88(m): 4:32pm On Sep 25, 2018
InsideOut247:


A Nigerian man took to his Instastories to share the shocking experience he had with some police officers in Lagos yesterday. Continue to read the story

http://insideout247.blogspot.com/2018/09/nigerian-man-shares-shocking-experience.html

police station break season only God knows.
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by Nobody: 4:32pm On Sep 25, 2018
shibanbo:
Some one stole my wife's phone and went away,he forgot a card with his address we took it to the police,the police asked us to pay 20 thousand to go track him
lol, I don't know d whole story o, but do u know that government don't fuel their vehicles? which money they go take buy fuel? their salary?
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by twentyk(m): 4:32pm On Sep 25, 2018
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Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by CDCEO001: 4:39pm On Sep 25, 2018
That's Nigeria for you.
It has happened to me. Someone who robbed my office was caught by the vigilante in the area, they took him to police at Night and I was told to come to police in the morning. When I went there in the morning, I was told they guy has escaped. A big police station in owerri ooo.
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by kearls: 4:44pm On Sep 25, 2018
This is Nigeria this how we are leaving it.
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by kearls: 4:46pm On Sep 25, 2018
This is Nigeria this how we are leaving it.
CDCEO001:
That's Nigeria for you.
It has happened to me. Someone who robbed my office was caught by the vigilante in the area, they took him to police at Night and I was told to come to police in the morning. When I went there in the morning, I was told they guy has escaped. A big police station in owerri ooo.
CDCEO001:
That's Nigeria for you.
It has happened to me. Someone who robbed my office was caught by the vigilante in the area, they took him to police at Night and I was told to come to police in the morning. When I went there in the morning, I was told they guy has escaped. A big police
station in owerri ooo.



Nigeria!!!!!!!
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by gypsey(m): 4:50pm On Sep 25, 2018
alizma:
this scenario can happen anywhere. you took a thief to the police station, on getting there, you unconsciously relaxed with the feeling that you were already at the station. the police men who had saw both of you dragging each other to the station were waiting to hear your part of the story as well as that of your second( who will only be known by the police to be thief after you explanation). unfortunately for you, while you felt relaxed, the thief who knew deep inside him who he was and what could befall him if he fails to prove you wrong at the end was very calculating and looking for slightest opportunity to zoom off and eventually he had that slight opportunity and he took to his heels.
if the mental picture I have is something to go by, it wouldn't have been easy to stop him under that circumstance anywhere except in a police station that is highly fenced with one major entrance that is fully man by active security personnel.
I have watched a criminal attacked a convoy with highly professional security men, though the guy didn't succeed but he was able to dribble and escape arrest by the personnels
#STOPLOOKINGDOWNONNAIJA#
Is this supposed to make sense?
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by gypsey(m): 4:52pm On Sep 25, 2018
grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by gypsey(m): 4:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
NOETHNICITY:
The poster admits that the police have no vehicle/motorcycle to chase after the guy. Yet, somehow he expects them to perform of magic.

One of our biggest problem in this country is not knowing who and how to direct our complains.

So were was he supposed to direct his complains? Is it not the police job not to the let the criminal run off?

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Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by kingthreat(m): 5:16pm On Sep 25, 2018
The thief made a move that worked for him grin
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by OyinO: 7:07pm On Sep 25, 2018
Jungle Justice is Justified by this
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by OyinO: 7:08pm On Sep 25, 2018
Chuks9000:
How can anybody refer to the police as monkeys?
It is the height of it.
Monkey is understatement. Shame!!!
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by OyinO: 7:09pm On Sep 25, 2018
gloria34:
lol, I don't know d whole story o, but do u know that government don't fuel their vehicles? which money they go take buy fuel? their salary?
Why did they let him run out in the first place?
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by Mizwisdom(f): 7:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
alizma:
this scenario can happen anywhere. you took a thief to the police station, on getting there, you unconsciously relaxed with the feeling that you were already at the station. the police men who had saw both of you dragging each other to the station were waiting to hear your part of the story as well as that of your second( who will only be known by the police to be thief after you explanation). unfortunately for you, while you felt relaxed, the thief who knew deep inside him who he was and what could befall him if he fails to prove you wrong at the end was very calculating and looking for slightest opportunity to zoom off and eventually he had that slight opportunity and he took to his heels.
if the mental picture I have is something to go by, it wouldn't have been easy to stop him under that circumstance anywhere except in a police station that is highly fenced with one major entrance that is fully man by active security personnel.
I have watched a criminal attacked a convoy with highly professional security men, though the guy didn't succeed but he was able to dribble and escape arrest by the personnels
#STOPLOOKINGDOWNONNAIJA#
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by chukwutope: 8:31pm On Sep 25, 2018
Chuks9000:
How can anybody refer to the police as monkeys?
It is the height of it.

I agree. Why insult monkeys?
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by nuelzy: 8:40pm On Sep 25, 2018
Some goats will just concoct stories out of frustration nd post it to get relevance..

Quick background check on this fool now,. It will reveal his shameful state.

Yet you call ppl's brothers/sisters monkeys...


If u were that overly gallant.. What stopped you from catching the thief..

Ewu!! Dnt go nd get a life

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Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by xcelentattitude(m): 9:06pm On Sep 25, 2018
And why do you want the person arrested? I suspect you. grin



*modified*
How are we sure you were not the one that ran of the station. Just saying my own.

Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by alizma: 10:04pm On Sep 25, 2018
gypsey:
Is this supposed to make sense?
it is not meant to make sense to everybody but to some few individuals who still have their brain intact.
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by SmallSimba: 10:13pm On Sep 25, 2018
Nigeria. The giant of Africa angry angry angry angry

Ghana must colonize that banana republic to save Africa
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by evy800(f): 10:47pm On Sep 25, 2018
Nothing surprises me in this country anymore
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by gypsey(m): 5:26am On Sep 26, 2018
alizma:

it is not meant to make sense to everybody but to some few individuals who still have their brain intact.
Is this Rubbish supposed to make sense?
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by Chuks9000: 7:04am On Sep 26, 2018
OyinO:

Monkey is understatement. Shame!!!
Call them wicked, brutal, ineffective... and it will be understood that it an accessment of their actions/deeds.
But to call them monkeys? Boy, any member of your family can easily be a member of the police.
It insults even the general masses on whose trust the police exist.
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by oluxy(m): 7:30am On Sep 26, 2018
Lol grin grin grin
This thread got me laffing and laffing and laffing.
Re: Suspect Runs Out Of Lagos Police Station - Man Shares Experience With Police by Gbengageorge: 10:44am On Sep 26, 2018
Bros, He didn't escape. They let him out. The police in that station let him escape because he has paid them.

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