NAKED NIGERIAN MAN IN A ROW WITH EKURHULENI METRO POLICE OFFICERS

NAKED NIGERIAN MAN IN A ROW WITH EKURHULENI METRO POLICE OFFICERS

According to reports reaching NigeriansInSouthAfrica, a Nigerian man was arrested by Ekurhuleni metro police  officers in Ekurhuleni district over his driver’s license. The young Nigerian man was stopped by the police officers while driving and it was discovered he had no driver’s license.

The South Africa police officers who found out the Nigerian man has no driver’s license allegedly stripped the man naked as he was bundled into their vehicle because he resisted arrest.

Despite the man’s screams and shouting, the police officers continued with the arrest and placed him in handcuffs.

The Eze Ndigbo in South Africa took to his Facebook page to post the below;

Nigeria government see what South African Government are doing to Nigeria in South Africa, n*ked him, heating him on his p*nis because of driving Licence of which his friend said he got. Black Africa are Selevery in South Africa, Exenophobia is better than slave. Why South African forces is very wicked towards Nigeria in South Africa why?

Several Nigerians have been reacting to the arrest on social media;

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