You don’t take photos in museums or art gallery because they don’t want people pirating their works. You don’t take photos in places of worship because you are suppose to be praying not taking selfies. Those are general rules obtainable anywhere.
But in Nigeria, there are peculiar places where the Nigerian system does not permit cameras. See the list below:
1. At election polling booths
Our officials don’t want you burning your lens with the things you’ll see that you are not suppose to see
2. When you see a policeman
Our Nigerian police are, well, not trained to play models for your camera.
3. When you see a government official
When it’s not at a parade ground, hide that camera. They are not always prepped for selfies.
4. Houses of royalties
It’s a simple rule in most, if not all, Nigerian palaces. Respect that simple rule
5. Military Barracks
It’s a barrack, not a tourist centre.