February 21, 2024
Abuja, NG 29 C

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Don’t obstruct police on duty with your video recording- Police PRO

SP Benjamin Hundeyin, spokesperson of the Lagos state police command, has said that Nigerians have a right to make video recordings when they are stopped by police officers for a search, but wonder why they do it to “taunt, provoke or sometimes obstruct the officers carrying out their duties.”

He revealed this while sharing a copy of the criminal act which states that assaulting a police officer or obstructing him while carrying out his duties is guilty of a felony and liable to three years imprisonment.

He urged Nigerians to make the video with decorum and not poke the phones in the officer’s faces while running offensive commentaries.

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