Shocking: Soldiers Make Man Stand on Car to Wave at Passersby (+VIDEO)

By Riddy10 3 Min Read

Presently going viral on social media is the video of a man who incurred the wrath of some military personnel and was subjected to an instant punishment that has left many social media users astounded.

The incident, which occurred in Ama Diana, a small community in the South-South region of Nigeria, has sparked a lot of reactions on social media.

The video footage shows the man standing on top of his vehicle while waving at passing motorists. The man’s identity and the offense he committed remain unclear, but it is believed that he may have violated a military regulation.

The video shows the man standing on top of his car as the soldiers inspect other vehicles on the road.

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The soldiers did not appear to be bothered about the attention the man was drawing from other road users.

The video has since gone viral on various social media platforms, with many Nigerians expressing their opinions on the incident.

Some Nigerians have expressed support for the military’s punishment, arguing that it is necessary to discipline offenders who violate military regulations. Others, however, have condemned the punishment, saying that it is degrading and inhumane.

The incident has sparked a debate on social media about the appropriate punishment for offenders in the military.

Some Nigerians have called for a review of the military’s disciplinary system, arguing that such punishments are not only degrading but also violate the offenders’ human rights.

While the military authorities are yet to issue a statement on the incident, many Nigerians have called for an investigation into the matter.

Some Nigerians have also called on the government to ensure that military personnel are adequately trained and educated on how to handle offenders, without violating their rights or resorting to degrading punishments.

Check out the video below:

In conclusion, the incident in Ama Diana has highlighted the need for a review of the military’s disciplinary system.

While punishment is necessary to maintain discipline, it should not be degrading or inhumane.

The government should take steps to ensure that military personnel are adequately trained on how to handle offenders, without violating their human rights.

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