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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

FRSC boss recalls Rivers commander for cutting off female officers hair extension

The Federal Road Safety Commission’s Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi, has ordered the immediate recall of the Rivers State Sector Commander, Andrew A Kumapayi and other senior officers in the state command over the trending photos showing the sector commander cutting off the hair extensions of some female members during their parade yesterday.

Oyeyemi has ordered a full investigation into the matter. Thank you sir for doing this! The audacity!

32 comments:

Anonymous said...

Enter your comment...people get mind shia.. naija tinz..

Chike TEFLON said...

World people.
Just give them small power, they will start misbehaving.

Imagine, cutting a grown up woman's hair without her consent.

Anonymous said...

Very good development.

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Nice move,what sort of rubbish was that.
This should serve as a lesson to others.



. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Hmmm


... Merited happiness

Esther Ene said...

See his cruel face mtcheeew the nerve of him

Anonymous said...

Aunty Linda before u start saying what audacity. Kindly note in Nigeria every female military or paramilitary officer even police should carry their natural hair when wearing their uniforms it is a rule and they know. So when she took the job she knows what she signed up for. Please before u start making unnecessary comments and inciting chaos kindly do ur research.

Anonymous said...

There are better official ways to handle this. Cutting of female hair is abusive.... It is the same thing when MD slaps the face of his subordinate when erring from regulations.

Anonymous said...

He probably didn't get a green light from one of them and he just dealt will all of them with same hair style, the parade was meant for someone

Kunle Jinadu said...

Idont believe you.even if you are correct, is the punishment to cut off the hair according to the rule book? Nonsense!

ngfineface said...

They are not allowed by law to wear long hair. Even make up sef but then, there should have been another way of going about it.

noel said...

this is why Nigeria dey like this. People too dey fear. Why the women allow am do this in the first place? He has no fucking right.

Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter if those are the rules or not. It's barbaric to take a scissors to someone's hair, you either reprimand or fire the person on the spot. Savage behaviour. Only in Nigeria

Dark Brown Chocolate said...

He has no right to cut their hair. He would have told them to go loose the hair or pack it well. Or even punished them some other way. He no no right what so ever

Onyi said...

It is against public service rules to go physical with any staff that displayed violation of any civil rule/law as a punitive measure.
A reprimand or query letter should be issued instead.
A superior cannot use abusive words on subordinates no matter the circumstances because if the subordinate decides to take it up, it must earn the superior a warning.
You obviously don't seem to know the gravity of what he has done.

Anonymous said...

Even if it is a rule, did the rule empower a man to collect scissors and start chopping off people's hair along with attachments or very expensive human hair. You can suspend them without pay until they show up looking right. Carrying scissors like this is an invasion. In some cultures touching a woman's hair is considered a form of exchange of marital rites.
Na the man incite Chaos all by himself so sharap!!!!
Thank God for social media!!!

Nkem4eva said...

There are documented ways of disciplining erring officers. Cutting of hair isn't one.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous11 April 2017 at 11:55, folks aren't say the women may not have done something wrong but common, is that the best way to punish them. Do you even think?

Anonymous said...

I can authoritatively tell the that the man in question is still in Rivers bragging that nothing can be done to him. In fact he is presently in d usual management meeting they usually have on tuesday.

Anonymous said...

No way does it say natural hair. U ain't sure of what ur saying. U can make any hair u want to d most important thing is for u wear a hair that will enable u wear ur beret. U do ur own research

Aderemi Buraimoh said...

Him na barber ne ?

Aderemi Buraimoh said...

He must be a barber in his mothers wonb....

Vera Biayeibo said...

She should have at least been reprimanded in some other way not like this in the full glare of the public no its not right I must say

Vera Biayeibo said...

She should have at least been reprimanded in some other way not like this in the full glare of the public no its not right I must say

Anonymous said...

Bloody barbarian! Please 'cut' him down to size we live in the 21st century.
Can he even cut his own daughters hair?

Anonymous said...

There are rules and there are morals. A real leader should weigh both. The rule says no long hair, ok. The ladies should have known better. However, this man's action was simply reprehensible, bush-man style. It is invasive. On a grown woman? In public? What if she'd worn too much makeup? Would he wipe it off her face there and then? Or if her pants were the wrong color, would he tear it off with his hands? This so called oga needs to be made to understand the concept of personal space and individual liberties. Does he think he's still a prefect in secondary school? Only in Nigeria. Thank God for social media.
Thank you to FRSC boss for the reprimand, please follow up strongly, Linda. This should not be allowed to fall by the wayside.

Vivian Reginalds said...

AZN Jus negodu stupidity at work places... this is mere harassment!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Hrm paul said...

You guys should shut up u were supporting this useless man wen I spoke against it this morning.

Anonymous said...

Good move by the FRSCC. Yes, send these retrogressive men back to their caves asap. Can you imagine what this ill trained barber cum senior prefect is doing to the poor women's hair? Afterall, the immigration and customs boss refused to wear his uniform even after invitations to the Senate on same issue? What was done to him? Anything? Still waiting for the update. Yet, whenever it concerns womenfolk a deeply biased and patriachial system is more than quick to mete out jungle justice. Abegi, let the women be free; let Naija women be. QED@atm

Anonymous said...

So, if these mothers had dressed wrongly he'll strip them naked too. I think the man is just not enlightened.

Anonymous said...

D idiot b feeling like president of d fed rep of Nigeria 🇳🇬 na why he dey cut dea hair....b lik say he don chyke dem dem no gree

Anonymous said...

If the head of a paramilitary like the customs says he is not compelled to wear his uniform even when invited to address the senate then I feel she is not compelled as well to carry her natural hair while in uniform..

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