I went to a club with my guy, this man sent his boys to call me and this happened- Nigerian lady tells her story

This is story of this young lady who shared her story on twitter makes me to understand how men that enable Ladies entitlement mentality.

If a man can hurriedly do this to a lady he barely know, a girl he met at a place with overly priced drinks, loud music and where you vibe with a total stranger, what would became of the ladies when they agree to be their girlfriends. If they demand for your kidney or any sensitive and vital part of your body, it shouldn’t be out of place because you have given them the platform.

This young lady by name Chidinma took to her twitter with the handle @The_chiii to share her encounter with a man at the club. According to her, she went to the club with a man friend while they were sipping their drinks, a man from the VIP section sent one of his boys to go call her. According to her, she did not answer him let alone give ears to what he had to say. 

Minutes later, the said “big man” came by himself and started spraying money on her in the presence of the man she came with. To me, that was the height of disrespect for the man that she came with. Although she said that she did not go with the “big man” because she loved and respected the man she was with, I wondered if she wasn’t in love with her boyfriend what would have happened? Maybe she would have gone with him.

But I want to ask the men, how will you feel if a man does something like that to you? What will be your reaction? 

Checkout peoples reactions to this

They shouted at me — Lagos Deputy Governor, Hamzat recounts how SARS operatives harassed him

Deputy Governor of Lagos state, Obafemi Hamzat has narrated how he was harassed by operatives of the special anti- robbery squad (SARS) officers four years ago.

Hamzat who shared his experience with SARS as he addressed #EndSARS protesters at Alausa in Ikeja, stated that the security operatives do not have the right to trample on the rights of law-abiding citizens because of their unfamiliar looks or because they are carrying laptops or iPhones.

He however stressed that it will be counterproductive to pull down the entire operation of the police because of the infractions committed by a few bad eggs in the system.

Hamzat said;

“Every decent Nigerian will be upset. This happened to me four years ago. I was going to Amuwo Odofin…they (SARS operatives) were not in uniform, they had guns, they just double crossed us and said we should get out,” Hamzat told the protesters.

“The tenet of the police operation is to protect the citizens. Security operatives don’t have the right to trample on the rights of law-abiding citizens, because of their unfamiliar looks, or because they are carrying laptops or iPhones. It is wrong for any police officer to expressly accuse or pronounce someone, irrespective of age, guilty because they have dreads or ride luxury vehicles.

“As a government, we support evidence-based investigations and actions driven by intelligence. The procedure of arrest and prosecution must be followed through. We are equally aggrieved like every other law-abiding Nigerian. If a young man or woman who is legitimately doing his or her job is attacked or maimed by police officers for no reason, we will never support that. We condemn police brutality in whatever guise and we will continue to engage their leadership for change.

“We fully understand the reasons for your anger but this demonstration must also carried out in line with the law. If we employ violence or destruction to drive home our grievances, we will also be hurting ourselves. The protest must be orderly, so that those concerned will get the salient point of the message.

“You can’t block the road, disrupt free flow of traffic and prevent other people from embarking on their lawful duties, especially the emergency responders. As citizens, it is within your rights to express your grievances but let us exercise caution and eschew violence. The authorities have heard your voice and I hope we all leave the roads with the understanding that drastic changes will be effected.”