BBNaija Khloe Accuses NDLEA Of Assaulting Her At The Airport
Khloe alleges that one of the agency’s female officers damaged her fingernails.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Abiri Oluwabusola Khloe, a reality TV personality, has accused the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency’s administration of harassing her and breaking her nails.
On Sunday, December 5, 2021, the former BBNaija housemate announced this on her Instagram page.
“@ndlea_nigeria I’m still waiting on you about” LS Shonibare “ one of your workers at MMIA who harass me, seized my phones and passport, made me bleed by breaking my nails, called me a bastard and make me miss my flight 😡😡😡,” she wrote.
“I wrote a statement yesterday at the airport and I’m still waiting for what’s next? or I start posting videos of our you guys harass people .🙁 For what exactly ????? I guess the force uniform is too heavy for some people or what????”
The agency quickly responded by denying that it had targeted the reality TV star.
Khloe was nasty to one of the agency’s employees, according to a statement provided by the agency, which made the cops suspicious.
According to the report, investigations are underway to learn more about what happened between the officer and the reality TV personality.
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