If the Nigerian Police official handle can brazenly photoshop weapons and claim they were recovered, imagine how many innocent Nigerians are wasting away in Police cells across the country because the Police said they are guilty.#Endsars https://t.co/yBob8F7ubcThank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!— Sammy Desh (@Deshysmalls) December 1, 2020
The Nigeria police are so bored that they took pictures of innocent civilian and photoshop it with guns just to chase clout. Have me questioning the credibility of twitter support on accounts suspended regarding misinformation to the general public. Even the lady has no shadow. pic.twitter.com/FuZYGE5QZz— FoRzA SpEciALe♛ (@90cAyo) December 1, 2020
Dear world,— Ancestors’ First Son™️ (@The_New_Mind) December 1, 2020
The official Twitter handle of our National Police Force posted a photoshopped picture to parade supposed criminals.
Once again, how do you solve the crime scene called Nigeria?
Why on earth will you put the guns there, ah Omo God will punish you people o… you don’t rate us at all— Pappychulo ???????? (@AdelekeDE) December 1, 2020
Let it be known that the official twitter account of the Nigerian police force posted a photoshopped picture to misinform the general public.— CruzN’vIBEz (@Fabulous_drb) December 1, 2020
Dear @jack, please remove the blue verified badge on the Nigerian Police handle @PoliceNG for peddling a Photoshop of rifles recovered, thus deceiving the public.— Sammy Sammy (@scad_official) December 1, 2020
Concerned Nigerian. https://t.co/t2dgRJK2K0
It’s annoying that it’s the government that photoshops the most and they come to call our genuine videos photoshop. AK 47 retrieved from someone that possibly doesn’t exist??— Grandpa Frank ???? (@maniac8989) December 1, 2020
This is photoshopped and FALSE!
Nigeria Police stop deceiving and misleading people https://t.co/q4BsjFD9Xc pic.twitter.com/PSQdZ3CAvZ