THE NIGERIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER – A MEASURED DESCENT INTO ANARCHY

For a nation whose collective citizenry could hardly be termed docile, a visitor to Lagos State for example, may openly speculate about the remarkable transformation from lion to lamb which its citizens undergo,

when caught on the ‘wrong side of the Law’. It is however, not arguably, out of reverence for the law that the average man on the street stoops to conquer, but more likely for fear of the destruction of his property and debasement of his person by the arresting officer... download article