'' A Nigerian man, identified as David, has narrated his ordeal in the hands of the police during one of their raids in Lagos.
David, who recounted his experience on Twitter, said the police were unprofessional in their conduct.
He said he was arrested by the operatives of the "Anti Cultism Unit" when he went to cut his hair.
The policemen, he said, took him to their unit in Gbagada. David said he spent the night and was bailed the next day by some of his friends with N10,000.
David revealed that the officers arrested some other Nigerians from different parts of the state who have a similar tale of human rights abuses to share.''
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