HUNDREDS OF FROG JUMPS AS PUNISHMENT FOR PEOPLE WHO REFUSED TO STAY AT HOME.

HUNDREDS OF FROG JUMPS AS PUNISHMENT FOR PEOPLE WHO REFUSED TO STAY AT HOME.

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twitter user by name Gboyega Akosile recounted how the uniformed men punished those who refused to obey the new directive at Gbagada Expressway, Lagos.

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If you recall, we hinted you some days back how people decided to use the stay at home directive to do some outdoor exercises. This did not go down well with the government. They immediately ordered people involved in this to desist from it.

But it seems like some Nigerians were sleeping when it was announced, abi o ko eti si apo (as in they put their ears into their pockets).

Well for those that turned deaf ears to the new directive and continued outdoor exercises, security agencies got hold of them and punished them. What kind of punishment were they given? Na frog jump o! I am not sure If it was up to 100 or more, but you know, ndi Army are not the soft type

Choi! Those people have been used as scapegoat, I know they wont try it again. Infact, if they hear that the lockdown is over and people can resume back to work; they would still prefer to stay at home…

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