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Ali Baba calls out Nigerian army over brutality of civilians

Ali Baba calls out Nigerian army over brutality of civilians

- The Nigerian army has been called out by popular comedian, Ali Baba

- Ali Baba says the army is treating army brutality of civilians with kid gloves

- Ali made reference to a recent incident that took place in Oshodi, Lagos

Ali Baba has called out the Nigerian army for treating army brutality of civilians, lightly.

The popular comedian posted a photo showing a military man stepping on a civilian in a puddle, whip in hand.

As caption for his post, he wrote: "Bloody civilian! How dare you challenge an officer. And after investigation, it would be an #unknownSoldier. Bloody civilians”.

It was not properly documented, what stirred the rift between the officer and the civilian.

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From the photo, the incident is said to likely have taken place in front of the Nigeria Army Shopping Arena, Oshodi, Lagos.

Below is Ali Baba's post.

See how military officer dehumanized man in Lagos

See how military officer dehumanized man in Lagos

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In an earlier report by NAIJ.com, some men of the Nigerian police force in Edo state were filmed as they dehumanised an unidentified man on Sunday, May 14.

The officers cuffed the man to the door of their moving van and dragged him along the road as they drove in Sopkonba junction, Benin city.

NAIJ.com came across the story after a Facebook user, Irabor Franklyn, shared the story on his page.

According to Franklyn, the officers brutalised him and his friends after they tried to plead with them to leave the man alone.

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