The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has transferred five female officers to Borno, Kano, Yobe and other states after they participated in the popular #BopDaddy challenge on social media.
The challenge, initiated by singer Falz involves individuals changing into different clothes in split seconds.
The Punch reports that the immigration authorities will not give the officers any relocation allowance, adding that they must resume at their new duty states in seven days.
Sahara Reporters named the five officers to be: Priscilla Irabor, Catherine Bakura, Blessing Udida, Binti Attabor, and Ockiya Eneni.
Eneni was moved from the Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card Production Facility to the Borno State Command while Irabor, from the Lagos State Command, has been moved to the Nigeria Immigration Training School, Kano.
Attabor will move from the service headquarters in Abuja to Yobe State Command while 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 NIS Training School Ahoada, Rivers State.
The NIS had queried the women in a memo dated May 12, 2020, signed by Assistant Comptroller-General, Iam Haliru.
The service had frowned at the women changing from their uniforms into clothes deemed too revealing in the videos.