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Rudeboy – ‘Shi Shi Una No Go See for My Hand’

Rudeboy – ‘Shi Shi Una No Go See for My Hand’

Popular musician, Paul Okoye popularly known as Rudeboy recently took to social media to describe an encounter he had with personnel of the Nigeria Police Force in Lagos.

According to GISTLOVER, he lamented on his Instagram story the ills of the police. Jamb Result

GISTLOVER reports that Rudeboy explained how security men stood on the road at about 2-3 am and were extorting money from vehicle owners adding that the situation caused great traffic on the road.

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As reported by GISTLOVER, Rudeboy wrote on his social media handle;

“Went to the club for the first time after 2yrs plus…mehn…For God sake why are they traffic at 2-3am. Barricades everywhere in Lagos Island… Police extortion every angle with no shame.

“Mostly at club junctions and places that leads to people’s home… Meanwhile you can’t find them on roads leading to third mainland bridge. Information Guide Nigeria

“Big Man, Chairman, Big Boy Anything for us? Shi shi una no go see for my hand”.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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