- January 5, 2023
- Posted by: Stephen Legal Admin
- Categories: Crime Report, Trending
Nigerians show love to a police officer injured by a hit and run at Ilubinrin inward Simpson, in Lagos. The information was disclosed by the official Twitter handle of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA).
Report of a hit and run at Ilubinrin inward Simpson, this has led to a serious traffic backlog towards third mainland bridge. pic.twitter.com/fJwAWsVqRL
— LASTMA (@followlastma) January 5, 2023
Many Nigerians expressed their love and compassion for the police officer notwithstanding that the police don’t particularly enjoy much public goodwill.
Quick recovery to him, even though una no deserve am
— David West (@smartyankeeboy) January 5, 2023
Police officers are people sons, brothers, father. God will heal him.
— Pen+ine📈 (@AviaIzuchukwu) January 5, 2023
I really hope @jidesanwoolu sees this. Whoever did this doesn't only need his license revoked but should be arrested and jailed on a long term.
This is someone's father. He's on the street not only to provide for his family but also to protect his community.
This is annoying.
— Toluwani Akorede (@Toluwani_Kore) January 5, 2023
This is sad to see. Please get that officer to the hospital for treatment, he needs medical attention
— The BEST of Men are still MEN #EventPlug!🌼🎪👩🍳 (@Peculiarolar88) January 5, 2023
This is barbaric ! Even if the police piss people off most times doesn’t mean we citizens should start acting like rogues too. This is somebody’s brother, uncle, husband, friend here !
— D Å C Ø S T Å 𓃵 (@just_dacosta_) January 5, 2023
Police PRO, SP Benjamin Hundeyin expressed his displeasure about those who failed to sympathize with the injured officer.
35 mins and just 7 retweets.
Flip this, let it be a police van involved in hit and run and watch the retweets increase exponentially.
Same way the many daily good deeds of the police are shunned, giving the false impression it’s all about negativity and mediocrity. https://t.co/gPTuY1SH9n
— SP Benjamin Hundeyin (@BenHundeyin) January 5, 2023