He expressed his gratitude to God for releasing him from police custody after 707 days behind bars after nearly l%sing his life to a mob for filming a robb£ry prank.
It’s a happy day for him to finally be able to move about as a freeman after spending 707 days in custodian custody, he said in his explanation. He thanked everyone who contributed to his freedom, including his attorney.
On August 3, 2021, in Epe, he allegedly pulled off a one-man stunt robb£ry prank video for #Dnaijaspirittalenthunt. However, while he was on the scene and following the script, a mob grabbed him and st%le his phones, flash drive, hard drive, and cash, including some of the 200,000 Naira that was supposed to be the price money for characters featured in his script.
However, after they str#pped him of all of his possessions and nearly k#lled him by h@cking him, they transported him to the police station. When they arrived, there was no attempt to recover his st%len property; rather, the police started their own interrogation. His payment of 300,000 naira was required for his bail fee
Additionally without a way to contact friends and family. He was moved to FSARs in Ikeja on the third day, where he was held there for 34 days before being tort¥red into signing the police’s fabricated statement.
Then, after 670 days of trials, God finally proved his innocence, and he is now a free man.