On Tuesday 1 December, the Nigerian Police Force posted a picture on Twitter informing the general public of the arrest made on two people in possession of six AK-47 rifles. The culprits names were Duleji Alhaji Abubakar a.k.a Ori jeje and Talatu Ibrahim.
#PhotoNews: L-R: Duleji Alhaji Abubakar a.k.a Ori jeje and Talatu Ibrahim from whom six (6) AK49 rifles were recovered. pic.twitter.com/hA9PnH0Fo8
— Nigeria Police Force (@PoliceNG) December 1, 2020
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This was a major success for the Nigerian Police but many accusations of the picture being fake arose. Many twitter users have lashed out at the police for using photoshop to create a fake image.
Some tweets from unhappy Nigerians below.
Where is the rest of the color on the ground wall between the man’s arm.
Why is the woman not reflected on the window?
Why does the man’s head have white outline
Why are the guns blurry (feather editing) pic.twitter.com/dPhv99ce2n
— #EndSARS Ifemidayo®⚪️ (@IFM4real) December 1, 2020
Let it be known that the official twitter account of the Nigerian police force posted a photoshopped picture to misinform the general public.
— CruzN’vIBEz (@Fabulous_drb) December 1, 2020
The official Twitter handle of our National Police Force posted a photoshopped picture to parade supposed criminals.
Once again, how do you solve the crime scene called Nigeria?
— Ancestors’ First Son™️ (@The_New_Mind) December 1, 2020
The photo is obviously a lie people look at the hand of the man and the exposure of the picture
— NKEMKWU CHIBUZOR (@Blessedswag) December 1, 2020
Swears!! Private detectives full here die! They’ll zoom into your soul??
— Priscilla Eyaadah (@prissyswt_) December 1, 2020
So what do you think? Photoshop? or Legit? Tell us using the comment box below
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