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Some female Nigeria Immigration officers have landed in trouble after participating in a social media challenge popularly known as BopDaddy as their employers accuses them of flaunting their bodies inappropriately.

According to reports,video some of the female immigration officers who participated in the popular social media challenge went viral, but this didn’t go down well with their superiors who issued them queries immediately.

Watch the video below;
Below is their query letter;

A lot of Nigerians are not happy with the decision of NIS and the query has sparked controversy on social media, below are some reactions;

Three (3) female officers of the Nigeria Immigration Service are under fire for “indecent dressing and sabotage” for joining the challenge as shown in this video.
According to the Office of the Deputy Comptroller General, they “desecrated” the uniform and should be released from duty.

A gentle reminder that Nigeria is built on violating women’s rights and agency! What kind of sexist Public Service Law frames this as “immoral behaviour.”
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oluomoworldwide wrote:

When you have a boss that is mentally derailed this is what you get …. chai who join us together with this people God …lord lugard God will punish you for putting this country together
iykeandtheresa added:

Misplaced priorities smhhhh. Everyone one is trying to make this isloation the best way they can. Abeg free them joor


“Because they are not daughters of rich , well contracted thieves , this country Oo once you have money , your children can do anyhow”


Where’s the indecency pls or is another video coming?

n6oflife added:

“Welcome to the Islamic Republic of Nigeria.”

If these were men that did this, would they have queried them?


“This video that the Nigerian Immigration service could have used as a PR opportunity because it makes the immigration service more relatable to Nigerians and can help with civic relations and recruitment. But the Nigerian government will always embarrass us.”

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