Any person who‐
[1966 No. 84.]
(1) wilfully obstructs a person employed by or under the Nigerian Postal Service or any telegraph official in the execution of the duties of his employment; or
(2) being in a post office or telegraph office, or within any premises appertaining to a post office or telegraph office, or used therewith, wilfully obstructs the business of the office; or
(3) without the permission of a competent authority enters any part of a telegraph office to which the public are not admitted,
is guilty of a simple offence and is liable to a fine of four naira.
Any person employed by or under the Nigerian Postal Service or any telegraph official may require any person committing any of the offences defined in this section of this Code to leave the post office, or telegraph office, or premises.
Any person who refuses or fails to comply with such request is guilty of a simple offence and is liable to a further fine of ten naira, and may be removed by any person authorised to make the request; and all members of the police force are required, on demand, to remove or assist in removing such person.
Section 182 of the Criminal Code Act in Nigeria