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Nigerian Police ban unauthorised use of police uniforms by skit maker’s and others

By Guardian Exclusive
04 August 2022   |   5:59 am
Skit and movie makers and content creators are in for a tough time. Nigeria's police chief, Usman Baba has ordered the arrest of skit and movie makers using police uniforms indecently and without authorization. Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the spokesperson for the police, made this known in a public statement released on Sunday 31 July 2022.

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