VIDEO: Nigerian Police released justification of the National Drama



The current NATIONAL DRAMA which started last Thursday when the Nigerian Police Force denied the Speaker of the House of Reps entry into the National Assembly… details here created another update from the Nigerian Police Force.


Meanwhile, the IGP meets sambo and also cleared that The Presidency got no hand in it.. details here

Yesterday, there is another update from the official Nigerian Police Force facebook page.
After releasing a statement justifying their action, saying Alh. Aminu Tambuwal CFR arrived the venue with a motley crowd, who broke the cordon, assaulted the Police and evaded due process and the Police had to restore order and normalcy, using lawful means.

The Nigeria Police has now released this complete video of what really happened that day to justify their action.

see few people’s comments below,

Nura Alkali
Why would anyone allow the Deputy Speaker and Senate President entry but lock out the Speaker? You policemen are not even good at propaganda. You think that Nigerians are fools? Please delete this childish and embarrassing post.

Muhammad Nura Alfa
Why should any uniformed police man stop a an elected citizen from performing its constitutional duties. There is no justification to that

Festus Denis-Akano
Police invaded the national assembly based on security report and my question is; How many hoodlums did you arrest on that faithful day? Why were you targeting your tear gas on the honorable speaker? Am grieved by the partisan approach of a public institution like yours.

Mohammad Jamu
Go and block insurgents, kidnappers, armed robbers etc not elected officers on duty

Abdullahi Yakubu
This video convinced me beyond reasonable doubt that these Honourable members are truly patriotic

What do you think about this justification?
Does this video really justify the NPF?
I really dont see reason why they will release this in the name of Justification.

Imustalk Metro



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