#ObscureLegalFacts by Arome Abu
PERSONATION OF A POLICE OFFICER
In Nigeria, it is an offence for a person to use any dress, name or designation, resembling any police officer, or in any way pretends to be a police officer for the purpose of gaining entrance into any house.
Fine of N200 or to imprisonment for a term of one year.
See Section 42 of the Police Act.
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