Oct 4, 2022

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Popular Skit Maker Enters NDLEA Watch List for Using Agency’s Uniform for Video Content – Legit.ng

  • Nigeria’s anti-drug agency, NDLEA, has issued a strong warning to sketch makers using the agency’s uniform for video content
  • Another viral video to come surfaced online of a group of people wearing the agency’s uniform, which the agency called misleading
  • Meanwhile, the NDLEA said, that it will continue to monitor the activities of the alleged skit producer, whose video went viral

FCT, Abuja – The The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has fired a stern warning to social media content creators who use the agency’s uniform in their various products.

The anti- Drug Agency made the announcement in a statement released in Abuja on Saturday, May 21 by its spokeswoman Femi Babafemi.

Babafemi said:

“The agency has so far determined, after a series of public inquiries, that the video wi The screenshot images attached to this statement are a sketch and not a video by agency officials on duty.”

NDLEA Reveals Sketch Creator’s Identity

Babafemi said after the agency determined that the alleged sketch was one Mathew C. Eze, who lives in the Lekki area of ​​Lagos.

Meanwhile, the NDLEA said it would continue to monitor the sketch creator’s activities to avoid unlawful abuse from law enforcement officials.

Babafami said:

“However, the agency will continue to monitor the activities of this particular sketch-maker with a view to his Motive to prove the newest is his second in missb smoke from NDLEA’s official jackets.”

NDLEA raids the home of popular sketch-maker De General

The entertainer went live on his Instagram page after officers had broken into his home and one of them tried to stop him.

Social media users had mixed things to say, with some noting that officers had no problem should have their actions recorded.

Obasa calls for more support for NDLEA

Meanwhile, Mudashiru Obasa, speaker of the state legislature, promised Lagos to help the NDLEA fight drug abuse in the state.

According to his chief press officer, Eromosele Ebhomele, the spokesman said the state legislature would continue to encourage the agency’s good course .

Obasa, who expressed his confidence in the previous advances The NDLEA expressed that united support would strengthen and sustain a safer Lagos.