Problem As Wife, Side Chic Meet At Lagos Airport To Welcome Husband From Abroad (Watch Video)

The two lovers were seen fighting aggressively in the lobby of the Murtala Muhammed international airport, Lagos State Nigeria

A fresh video trending on different social media platforms captures the moment the wife of a man returning from the United States of America (USA) locks heads with her husband’s side chick at the airport.

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The two lovers were seen fighting aggressively in the lobby of the Murtala Muhammed international airport, Lagos during what was supposed to be a warm welcome for the man.

According to reports, the fight which started as an exchange of words later became physical as they engaged in a fistfight, causing a scene at the airport.

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Meanwhile in another story, the House of Representatives Committee on Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has said that operatives of the corps will begin to bear firearms to curtail the excesses of road users in Nigeria.

The Committee made the disclosure during the FRSC 2020 budget performance and 2021 budget defence, on Thursday in Abuja Nigeria.

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Hon. Akinfolarin Mayowa, chairman of the FRSC panel explained that the 1992 Act of the corps allowed them to carry guns.

Mayowa said the implementation had become necessary to ensure laws were obeyed and to allow the road safety agency function effectively. The committee would meet with Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, and seek President Muhammadu Buhari’s appendage to implement the Act.

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A member, Solomon Maren, added that the committee would discuss the matter with the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.

FRSC Corps Marshal, Boboye Oyeyemi, decried incidents where motorists threatened personnel on duty.