Please arrest me, Nigerians beg as policewoman releases stunning photos

Please arrest me, Nigerians beg as policewoman releases stunning photos

27.2.2020

Please arrest me, Nigerians beg as policewoman releases stunning photos

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Stunned one Aàré Olamilekan Lordson/@AlagbaDafidi screamed:I just stole meat from my pot… Can you come and arrest me, please…And then Chief EdehCrown/@_lifeofedeh came with the ‘better banter’. He said,Ever the Oliver Twist, Chief EdehCrown/@_lifeofedeh asked

Just stay away from crime it doesn’t pay…..or do you want accommodation in our castle??

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'`Please arrest me`, *some stupid* Nigerians beg...' There. Fixed for you.

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Kano Govt Bans Children From Street BeggingKano Govt Bans Children From Street Begging Good decision to enable them get enrolled in school and to learn entrepreneurial skills Boda adamu look at ya life SouthWest should expect influx of beggars. SW governors should act fast.

Kano residents hail Ganduje ban on street begging - Daily Post NigeriaSome Kano residents on Wednesday commended Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State for banning street begging in the State. DAILY POST reported that Ganduje For once I am proud of my governor. This means they'll all troop to the South of the country. Southern states should borrow a cue and ban street begging in the south too All finger are not equal

Update: Kano Govt Bans Almajiri Children From Street BeggingNews Update: Kano Govt Bans Almajiri Children From Street Begging Find this story and others in this edition of The News in Two Minutes. latestnews newsupdate ChannelsTV CTVTwominutes Can jidesanwoolu please ban street begging and clear off the eyesore they have become everywhere? The beggars now have a sense of entitlement in this Lagos. So will banning them from begging solve anything? Instead of dealing with the source of the problem, you're here saying they should not beg again. Please how else do you want them to survive? Is there any plan in place to feed them cos these kids only beg to survive Are there plans to enrol them in school or engage them in a craft? I think not. The numbers of these almajiris are so much to the extent that if we put all of them together from all states in one central location, they are more than the Nigerian Army ifearforthefutureofthenow



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