36 responses

  1. eli
    November 18, 2016

    Mandy, am glad you were savvy enough to navigate this ordeal. frankly speaking, am tired of this place.

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      You and me both, Eli 🙁

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  2. eli
    November 18, 2016

    how we ended being the most religious yet corrupt and insensitive ppl is besides me. all these religion and education, and the soup just tastes worse. I don’t mean to sound defeated, but sometimes shit get too much.
    #hopelives

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    • Pink Panther
      November 19, 2016

      I’m with you there, eli. It can get so tiring living here.

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  3. eli
    November 18, 2016

    folks, learn to protect your sensitive information. simple free WINRAR app can lock and hide files and folders securely.

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      Oh but I’m learning now never to even hand over my phone in the first place. A law has been passed by the IG of police and I’m sticking to that law, even if they won’t.

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  4. Iliana
    November 18, 2016

    What’s happening to 1213 series and others, this blog is getting really boring. U need to post something nice@pink panther

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    • Edo
      November 18, 2016

      I completely agree with you. I hope there’s no disagreement somewhere. DM has been absent also. PP what’s going on? This is getting boring.

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    • Delle
      November 18, 2016

      Like my darling, Chimamanda Adichie, says, “If you want to read a story, write it yourself.”

      😊

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      You say ‘post something’ nice as if something nice is just sitting around waiting to be posted. Do you even know how the blog works? Oga, if you don’t have anything constructive to say, you don’t speak at all.

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    • Chandler B.
      November 19, 2016

      Don’t you have Cartoon Network or data to stream a YouTube video or something? This isn’t Entertainment Weekly.

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  5. KingBey
    November 18, 2016

    Army…..the antidote to police stupidity. Lol

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    • ambivalentone
      November 18, 2016

      Looool. Come add lawyer to am. Na to piss for body

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      LMAO!!! Wallai.

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  6. sucrescalada
    November 18, 2016

    Oh well .. Lets just say av been stopped about a dozen times… And no i refused to hand over my phone in all occasions… Lets get this thing straight… This police men will intimidate you when dey fill Ur scared of them.. For a police man to go through your phone or laptop he needs a signed warrant from a judge!

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      Now THIS is the attitude I’m learning to emulate.

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  7. SillyAnonymous
    November 18, 2016

    Pinky, great choice of photo to go with the header! Just great!

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    • Pink Panther
      November 19, 2016

      Lol. Thanks. I try.

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  8. y
    November 18, 2016

    Fantastic article and very timely. And yes that header image is great for all kinds of reasons.

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  9. peaches
    November 18, 2016

    I have always said it tat these police people are looking for trouble.

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  10. Delle
    November 18, 2016

    Finally! Mandy’s first entry😆.

    About this time last year, the police harassed me on account of my physical disposition. Went through my phone in search of something incriminating owing to their disjointed belief that people like me are homosexuals. Of course, I gave it to them in the way I know best. Making sure to curse the very day they were recruited into the Force(and all these I said to their faces).
    The rest is history.

    These hungry men and women in faded black uniforms ALWAYS get it wrong! Always. I mean, what’s the agenda? You hope to catch yahoo boys by virtually harassing and humiliating all citizens, good and bad inclusive? Is that your own method of combating crime? When your counterparts abroad make use of the latest technological facilities to track down criminals? The Nigerian Police is a brittle joke.

    During my internship, there’s this route I take when going home. Now along the road, we have about 4 check points (four o!) . This isn’t even the annoying part. What irks is that these policewomen, embarrassments to womanhood, have clusters of agberos around them. These urchins are given the power to collect money from bus drivers and keke riders every fucking time! You can’t question them. You can’t even refuse not when they have the blessings of the police.

    This thing called Nigerian Police needs to be scrapped off. We don’t need them anymore!

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      I always wonder how rough femme guys must have it with these police. Really sad. That the people who should uphold the law are busy misinterpreting it to serve their selfish gains.

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  11. Mitch
    November 18, 2016

    These dogs again? Their madness knows no bounds.

    I’m still waiting for another policeman to trap. The last one respected himself and walked away. The next, God help him ’cause I’m looking to make millions off of any fool who tampers with my rights

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  12. Iliana
    November 18, 2016

    I would @delle if I could but we all got our forte and writing isn’t mine so tnx, u could just be honest to urself and admit that I’m 101% right Sir

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  13. Pjay
    November 19, 2016

    Na wa o. All these happenings are just making someone to be afraid of walking on the streets. But wait sef, how do the police choose who they want to harass? Is it something about one’s appearance or dressing? And erm, all this police harassment stories I hear happen in the cities. I can’t imagine been treated like that by the police men in my small town. And it’s not because I know them or I’m an important citizen. When I read these stories, I’m usually dumbfounded and scared about what I’d do if such happens to me. Ehen, umu KD, there’s no love in this family. You guys are not kind to our writers. Elsewhere, when people read a friend’s writing, they praise the good to high heavens and gently point out the flaws. But here, one shameless Chizzie; self appointed, in house resident critic who cannot write a proper to lose his extra weight would maliciously talk about how jaded James’ journal is or how The rantings of a random gay man are just that. The empty rantings of Dennis Macauley. We are human. It gets to us eventually I believe. Could be why some of those guys have lost interest in writing for the blog. We cannot always sing kumbaya but we need to sing it as often as possible. There’s so much strength in unity. E joor, bikonu, Dan Allah.

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    • Pjay
      November 19, 2016

      Proper article***

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  14. Iliana
    November 19, 2016

    Hey don’t speak to me like that ok,and point of correction Mr I’m a Lady not an Oga @Mandy

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      Very well, lady. My point is, in your expectations of something nice, consider that there are circumstances at play in the operating of the blog. Such as how something nice is dependent on the submissions of KDians. You don’t just demand for something nice as though it’s waiting somewhere for the admin to post. Be considerate, not disparaging in your remarks. And maybe then, you won’t be talked to anyhow.

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    • Mandy
      November 19, 2016

      And oh you’re a lady. (Perhaps lesbian?) Maybe you could encourage your fellow females to send in more for us males to read. We don too entertain una 🙂

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  15. Vhar.
    November 19, 2016

    I want a lot of things from the Nigerian Police Force… But educated officers first. It’s really not too much to ask.

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    • Pink Panther
      November 19, 2016

      I swear!

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  16. Pankar
    November 19, 2016

    The NPF might not be as sophisticated as we’d wish – that’s simply local content – but they understand the law more than you know it. But corruption makes them work with more aim to intimidate and extort more than to secure. And who do you intimidate? That citizen who is ignorant. I marvel at the ignorance of our expectedly ‘educated’ country people. Get your self a lawyer. Tinker with her. Read the ’99 constitution, police code of conduct, criminal code and you’d walk a little bit taller. Majorly, protect ur docs., stay away from crime- after all same sex is a ‘crime’ – yet, so to the best of their knowledge, they re doing their job.# Fight that draconic law# activists, everyone

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    • Pink Panther
      November 19, 2016

      After all, same sex is a crime?
      Are you sure you know that law very well?

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  17. Iliana
    November 19, 2016

    Wow @chandler B nice one. I won’t give you the reply u deserve so move along. 😂

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  18. Jake E
    November 19, 2016

    I spoke to a British friend recently, about their ‘justice system’, from courts and judges to police and prisons.
    He is close to someone who was unlawfully jailed for a financial crime, and I got deep inside info about how that works in the UK.
    Long story short, forget their ‘respectable’ appearance…if you could be a fly on the wall, you’d be very shocked how inhumanely barbaric and primitive the underground ‘justice’ system in the UK.
    I know Nigerian police are animals, but the british colonialists handed us something that can not be redeemed. That is where our stupid police and judges come from.

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  19. Pankar
    November 21, 2016

    Isn’t same sex a crime in Nigeria? It is. Wrongfuly termed so, but it is. And you totally ignored ‘crime’ in parenthesis.

    Oh and underground corruption and bias is very much present in the UK police force and almost world over. It goes back to what bills we allow passed as laws or crime

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