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Ex-Super Falcons star blasts Nigerian Army over camouflage harassment

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Ex-Super Falcons star blasts Nigerian Army over camouflage harassment

Former Super Falcons star, Chichi Igbo  has called out the Nigerian army on her Instagram page, wondering why they get so harsh when they see non-military people wear the camouflage.

The footballer-turned-bodybuilder posted a video of herself in camou shots, vest and jacket while riding on a camouflage skate board.

It appears in the video that she was called by a real army officer who wanted a picture of her.

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She gladly puts on a camou face cap to complete the dressing while the unseen officer took the photograph.

She wrote this as caption for the post, “It’s so fucked up cos I had a first hand experience and I can tell you these guys don’t play.

“MY OWN EXPERIENCE: That video reminded me of the bad experience I had with an officer wearing that same camo shorts, it was ugly cos first Dude pulled over in front of me and I approached him cos I thought he was looking for direction but I stepped when he questioned if I was an officer, dude got angry, cos they love respect in that country, first I didn’t “Sir” him seeing his expensive ride then walking out on him. First, you didn’t pull up in an army van, neither are you wearing an army uniform so I had to demand for an ID when he caught up to me, Dude went mad, now it’s not about what I was wearing but my “disrespect” to him, in my world respect is reciprocal. Anyways Dude said he would teach me a lesson and Made a call that I thought was a bluff, then it hit me, Chi you are in Nigeria, a country where no one have rights, play smart, so I recomposed myself, apologized and told him I didn’t know it was a crime to wear camouflage and promised to go home and change, 3 mins letter an Army van full of officers drove pass me ?I still wondered what would’ve happened if I hadn’t played smart. Smh #nigerianarmy”

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However, one of the people who commented on the page gave an excuse for the army, saying their action was to avoid impersonation and other crimes.

It’s so fucked up cos I had a first hand experience and I can tell you these guys don’t play MY OWN EXPERIENCE: That video reminded me of the bad experience I had with an officer wearing that same camo shorts, it was ugly cos first Dude pulled over in front of me and I approached him cos I thought he was looking for direction but I stepped when he questioned if I was an officer, dude got angry, cos they love respect in that country, first I didn’t “Sir” him seeing his expensive ride then walking out on him. First, you didn’t pull up in an army van, neither are you wearing an army uniform so I had to demand for an ID when he caught up to me, Dude went mad, now it’s not about what I was wearing but my “disrespect” to him, in my world respect is reciprocal. Anyways Dude said he would teach me a lesson and Made a call that I thought was a bluff, then it hit me, Chi you are in Nigeria, a country where no one have rights, play smart, so I recomposed myself, apologized and told him I didn’t know it was a crime to wear camouflage and promised to go home and change, 3 mins letter an Army van full of officers drove pass me ?I still wondered what would’ve happened if I hadn’t played smart. Smh #nigerianarmy #firsttimebringingthisbabeoutafterbustingmyassonit ?

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