VIDEO: Male FRSC officer assaults unarmed woman

A federal Road Safety Offical assaulting a woman. [Photo credit: Twitter, Chidi Odin Kalu]

A video circulating on social media shows a male officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, assaulting an unarmed woman along a highway.

The video, which was posted on Twitter did not reveal what really triggered the conflict between the two.

The recording shows the angry uniformed FRSC officer swiftly removing his belt to beat the lady during the quarrel.

The officer while beating the lady in the presence of three of his colleagues was heard shouting in Hausa: “What kind of human being are you! What kind of lady is this?”

However one of his colleagues and a lady in the company of the woman being assaulted is seen trying to stop the officer from further assaulting his victim.

PREMIUM TIMES could not ascertain where and when the video was shot.


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  • Chukwuma Anazodo

    It is a Shame. Madness all over the land. A full grown man flogging a woman in public. Before he was given the uniform we all thought he was a master of self-control and perfect civility. Lo and behold, he is an animal in uniform, Deformed nation. He may never be called to order as they are all in one accord/

    • FreeNigeria

      Sad society we live in. There’s total decay in the country

  • Ezekiel. J.

    FRSC should be ended also for this abi dem wan end SARS.

  • Mufu Ola

    What was d woman’s offence? That officer can’t just indulge in such act without extreme provocation.Some motorists, women can be real pain in the ass.

    • Emona

      Some day they will also flog your wife or your mother, then I will know what you will say.

      • Mufu Ola

        My wife & mother will never go about insulting people doing their job in public.The officer may have been wrong but remove emotion, some people can be extremely rude to these people standing under d sun to maintain sanity on highways. I’m pretty sure that officer didn’t just assault that woman for nothing.She must have said or do something extremely nasty.

        • oyelekan solomon solomon adelo

          May God punish you stinking mouth mufu.

          • Mufu Ola

            It has now emerge that that lady (who incidentally is a senior staff of FRSC)was first to slap the FRSC but never recorded her action but only recorded when she slapped! The authorities have promised to discipline her severely for her conducts. U see why some of us who are sober hardly rush into judgements. The incident happened in Taraba State.

  • Buharin daji

    With the advent of Buhari uniform men go about with brazen impunity imagine if these bloody civilians carried weapons

  • omoagbala60

    It is well taken that our problem is not inferiority but lack of civility and that is all the more reason we are the only race that suffered the brunt of slavery then and now. The only race without a functioning country, the only race corrupt and indicted senate president both past and present buy their official residences and the president packed official private jet close to his hospital bed in UK;where a senator cannot draw a circle with the bottom of a roundish bottle.

    • aeskor

      @omoagbala60, what has all that rambling about race got to do with the matter in hand? That FRSC “officer” does not represent every male officer of the Corps, nor does he represent every male Nigerian. He should properly be called out for his shameful conduct and dealt with administratively. Furthermore, the woman should be encouraged to take legal action against the officer and the FRSC for violation of her rights. Should she also be found to have erred, she should be held accountable. Stop conflating issues!

      • omoagbala60

        With all due respect, the rambling got a lot to do with race;for all that comes out of our clime is plethora of woes as per institutions and human development in general. It is very deliberate on your side not to debunk any of the concerns I listed in my response—only race without a single functioning country;corrupt senior officials buying their official residences for pittance;fallowing presidential jet while the president on sick bed accumulating landing and packing fees and the ignoramuses called senators. The k-legged man was asked why the load on his head was tilted to one side and not balanced, he retorted look from the ground up.

  • callistus u owuamanam

    Give, a nigerian a small power, see how drunk, the nigerian will become. If this officer had a gun, he would have opened fire on the woman. That he raised his hands on a woman, would have earned a sack, no matter the woman’s offence.

  • Yego V

    see the achievement of Wole Soyinka