Monday, 28 November 2016
Policemen Reportedly protests Ondo Election Result
Some officers of the Nigeria Police Force on Monday morning, November 28, took to the streets of Ondo to protest non-payment of their last Saturday governorship election allowance, The Punch reports.
According to the reports, the police officers went haywire in Ondo town, Ondo state, protesting non-payment of their allowance.
It was gathered that the policemen protested in Fagun street in Ondo town chanting various war songs as the development caused traffic logjam in the area.
The protesters were reportedly beating journalists who were trying to speak with them and residents who wanted to take photographs of the protest.
More details later...