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Monday, 17 October 2016

Between traffic wardens and motorists in Minna, Niger state

According to twitter user @MrAbuSidiq, in Minna, Niger State, people disobey traffic rules so much that the police officers have no choice but to cross the road with a rope whenever the light turns red.

25 comments:

livingstone chibuike said...

Lol

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Hian!


...merited happiness

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Ok

OSINANL said...

Na waoh... Aboki:s are so dumb

Nnenne George said...

Na wao!!! It can only happen in Hausa land.. Bush people!!!

Uju Phil said...
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Juliet Iwuno said...

Hehehe! Linda take note!

Uju Phil said...

How bad, crazy people. Niger State folks, I hail una oh... 🙌 ah ah! #OnlyinNiger

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

Sigh. Our implementation of laws in Nigeria is sooo bad!

Philips choice said...

Another episode of nija drama.

Prince lexton said...

Bunch of rascals road users everywhere. Not different in major towns in Naija

Liuz Babz said...

That is "epic" lol, they should look at enforcing their traffic offenders law

Iphie Abraham said...

Haahahahahahah,they reason and act like cow










Lib addict#just passing#

APPLELIPX said...

Lol
I guess they are not t part of d Nigeria police forces. Meanwhile they are those who will arrest u for nt moving at d first second d green light appears

Pretty face said...

Hmmmm. Terrible indeed

Vivian Reginalds said...

LOL
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

babangida mohammed said...

YES ITS TRUE, DAT IS HOW THEY ARE..................IN ALL PART OF NIGER STATE........THEY DONT BELIEVE IN A LAW.

Nseabasi Ekpo said...

that sounds like a jungle, where all things goes

Nigeria Awake said...

Spike Strips would be more effective. Cause after sometime they will soon realize that the Police cannot hold them with the rope if they want to pass. And possibly drag him off with them.

#SpikeStripsForLawAndOrder

Anonymous said...

Teach traffic rules from primary school to university and see a change in the society

Anonymous said...

Teach traffic rules from primary school to university and see a change in the society

Anonymous said...

Teach traffic rules from primary school to university and see a change in the society

Anonymous said...

Teach traffic rules from primary school to university and see a change in the society

Steve Wankman said...

That's not true. I came in on holidays in May and I saw same at Ibadan, Oyo State.
Found it hilarious.

Chuks Bruno said...

Am telling you this people so much disobey traffic rules...it can be so annoying

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