Immigration officers who took part in Falz’s Bop Daddy Challenge have been posted to states ravaged by terrorism and banditry.
Five female Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) personnel who took part in the viral #BopDaddyChallenge, have been posted to restive states in the country for their troubles, according to NewsWireNGR.
In April, NIS issued a query to the ladies, saying their participation in the challenge had caused the organisation “a lot of embarrassment.”
The challenge, a sensation on social media during a coronavirus-induced lockdown across Nigeria, is one in which ladies flaunt different glowing images of themselves thanks to smartphone enabled high resolution photography and editing.
Following their appearance in the viral #BopDaddy video, Priscilla Irabor, Catherine J. Bakura, Blessing Alfred Udida, Binti I. Attabor and Ockiya Eneni have now been posted to states where insurgency and banditry are rife.
In a memo it exclusively obtained, the news platform writes that the officers “have been given just 7 days to report at their new places of assignment.”