Should Nigerian Police In Uniform Really Be Respected, PPRO?
We see the sweet-mouthed Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi knows a lot. So much that he knows all laws appropriate to every act at any given time.
If you’re a keen follower of the royalty on Twitter, you’ll know he is smart to appropriately define an offence when spotted through attention drawn or personal findings. He is also the grand of knowledge, one brand of police laws who knows how to accord each to each act, socially-written penalties of any heinous acts that crosses his lane. He doesn’t spare one.
When the social media was rightly coloured with policemen searching anyone on roads, he said it is unlawful and has been banned, although the search continues, unlawfully. Even, when the issue of tinted windshields erupted, it was the Olumuyiwa on his Twitter page, explaining how this has been discussed and nullified. He has said many more like this that cannot be counted. He has this penchant for Twitter and which makes him and the microblogging platform, inseparable.
But over time as humans are inherent to err; Olumuyiwa was not also betrayed by this nature. Being a human, it became incumbent to him to commit fatal errors. And one of the errors was when he recently said Police in Uniforms must be respected. He added that when they slapped civilians in uniform, civilians should never retaliate. It is amazing that despite all his knowledge of laws and ethics, it is Amazing that he doesn’t know the book of humanity, the art of respect and the craft of leadership. Perhaps, he needs to read Dale Carnegie; How to win friends… or one of John C. Maxwells Leadership books.