The five female Nigeria Immigration officers who took part in Falz’ “Bop Daddy” challenge, have been redeployed to crisis-laden parts of the country.
Bop Daddy is a song by popular Nigerian musician, Falz, and the challenge was initiated by the musician himself, perhaps in a bid to promote his then new track.
The five ladies had recorded themselves transforming from their uniforms to a wide range of outfits while participating in the challenge initiated by popular Nigerian musician, Falz.
The officers are: Priscilla Irabor, Catherine J. Bakura, Blessing Alfred Udida, Binti I. Attabor and Ockiya Eneni.
The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) had in early April queried the participants, calling on them to tell give credible reasons why they should not be penalised.
And on Wednesday, the NIS transferred Irabor from the Lagos State Command to the Nigeria Immigration Training School, Kano, Attabor was posted from the service headquarters in Abuja to Yobe State Command, Udida from the FCT Command was sent to the Akwa Ibom State Command, Bakura was transferred from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, to the Nigeria Immigration Training School Ahoada, Rivers State, while Eneni was moved from the Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card production facility to the Borno State Command.
The NIS also said that the costs for relocation will be shouldered by the officers and that within 7 days.