Buhari’s WAI? How Nigerian Soldiers Are Punishing Traffic Offenders In Abuja (PHOTOS)

Buhari’s WAI? How Nigerian Soldiers Are Punishing Traffic Offenders In Abuja (PHOTOS)

By News Desk | The Trent on June 6, 2015
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In what many have termed a return to the 1980s era of President Muhammadu Buhari, soldiers at a checkpoint at Sauka, along Airport Road, Abuja on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 forced two erring motorists to stand on top of their vehicles for breaking traffic rules.

Soldiers force traffic offenders to stand on top of their vehicles in Abuja on June 3, 2015(Photo Credit: The Scoop)
Soldiers force traffic offenders to stand on top of their vehicles in Abuja on June 3, 2015(Photo Credit: The Scoop)

When General Buhari ruled the country from 1983 to 1985 as a military dictator corporal punishment was the order of the day as military men freely whipped citizens for breaking laws.

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