Abeg o! North Korea Warns Nigerians to Stop Mocking their Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un “lest they pay a heavy price”

A threatening message posted online by a news service in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK) has warned Nigerians to stop making mockery of the Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un “lest they pay a heavy price”.

According to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), a news service from that country took to its twitter handle @DPRK_News to issue the warning. The twitter handle does not bear the verification icon of twitter as an officially verified handle.

It said: “Impudent peoples of Nigeria are warned against mockery of Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un, lest they pay a heavy price.”

North Korea and its leader had been top on the news for its nuclear programme with the most recent being its successful test of a Hydrogen Bomb which many World leaders have condemned.

However, no reference was given to the alleged mockery of the North Korean Leader by Nigerians.

Meanwhile the tweet had generated a lot of comments from Nigerians who made more fun with the warning.

Some Nigerians have already started replying to the threatening message. Read some of the tweets and replies below:

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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