Nigerians React To ‘I Have A Dream’ Video Shared By Suspended Police Officer, Abba Kyari

Nigerians on social media have reacted to a video shared on Facebook by suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari, which featured the well-known speech of Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a dream.”

Many social media customers questioned the rationale behind Kyari’s actions as they linked it to comfort and an try and curry sympathy over his looming extradition to the United States of America.

Nigerians React To 'I Have A Dream' Video Shared By Suspended Police Officer, Abba Kyari 2

Kyari shared the well-known video of the famend American activist round midnight on Tuesday, amidst his probe by the panel arrange by the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, and efforts by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to extradite him to the US.

Serial suspected fraudster, Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, alias Hushpuppi, who not too long ago pleaded responsible within the United States, had narrated how he bribed Kyari, in line with court docket paperwork.

On Tuesday morning, Kyari posted Martin Luther King Jr’s well-known “I Have A Dream” video on his Facebook web page.

But taking to standard microblogging platforms, Nigerians interpreted Kyari’s ‘desires’ stating that it was sure he wouldn’t escape answering for the allegations levelled towards him.

Others suggested that the ‘Super Cop’ cease dreaming and give up to the United States for correct investigation.

Below are among the reactions:

If the US releases the whole particulars of what they uncovered from Abba Kyari’s WhatsApp conversations with totally different individuals, there will be spontaneous upheaval in Nig. We might even hv a clue concerning the faces behind Boko Haram, fulani Terrorists and different lethal issues.

— Igbo Anaghi Eme Nkuja (@INkuja) August 3, 2021

Abba Kyari has a dream that he’ll be extradited to the US 🤣😂😂😂

Nothing however a clown 🤡

— Toluwalase I.R (@ToluwalaseR) August 3, 2021

He has a dream of being despatched to jail by defaming the picture of the police world vast, they suppose that manner they took police job in Nigeria by doing all kinds of unethical issues, that’s the regular manner of police work. The good cops will police him the best way it ought to be.

— Lee (@Lee95459638) August 3, 2021

Great Martin Luther was a freedom fighter and was not shot lifeless by corrupt officers such as you. So, you’re reverse of him

— Onyeka (@ZoneMaga) August 3, 2021

He can dream in jail.

They will give him a mattress, a pillow and a blanket. There aren’t any mosquitoes there.

— Very Angry Nigerian (@bunmibae) August 3, 2021

My greatest wager, he has a dream to go scot free with all of the atrocities, resign with the tagged ‘tremendous cop’ and take that to the political area.

God is fantastic.

— A.F Adewale (@Akewusolaf) August 3, 2021

My greatest wager, he has a dream to go scot free with all of the atrocities, resign with the tagged ‘tremendous cop’ and take that to the political area.

God is fantastic.

— A.F Adewale (@Akewusolaf) August 3, 2021

On Facebook, some customers have additionally lambasted Kyari.

A Facebook person, At Queency Emmanuella, stated, “Supporting freedom but fighting against freedom fighters in his own country, hypocrisy, Martin Luther King would never fight against freedom fighters. He (Kyari) has been sharing everything about United States hoping they will forgive him…”

Another person, Om’oba Adedeji wrote, “I don’t pity Abba Kyari despite being a prolific and dedicated police officer. Crimefighters should not hobnob or mingle with criminal elements.”

Ironkwe Kevin acknowledged, “Stop dreaming, wake up from your dreamland and face the reality on the ground. when did you become Joseph?”

Frankdavid Onovo wrote, “Kyari is still hopeful that money will exchange hands during the probe, and he would scale through the hurdles. He has enough money to pay his way out. But, he should be told that America already has their foolproof evidence and does not need Nigeria’s investigative report on the case. The corrupt Nigerian government is deliberately buying time with their investigation.”

Another person, Egbuniro Xander stated, “After all the years of meritorious services, one still can’t discern the difference between corruption and uprightness; a cup of milk and a cup of coffee, mixed with milk. Indeed, corruption has no name, size, rank, status, profession, tribal affiliations, age or political inclination. Please, do the needful by handing yourself over and pray that the mercies you showered on people, should be done accordingly.”

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Nigerians React To 'I Have A Dream' Video Shared By Suspended Police Officer, Abba Kyari

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