Debo Adebayo, popularly known as Mr. Macaroni, a Nigerian comedian and actor, has responded to the Police Public Relations Officer, Olumyiwa Adejobi, with a subtle shade.
WITHIN NIGERIA reports that Twitter influencer and Human rights activist, Rinu Oduala had called out the Police over their failure to arrest a thug with a matchet, whose photo went viral in the wake of the #EndSars protest in October 2020.
Rinu recently shared photos of a man campaigning for Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
In response to the tweet, Olumuyiwa Adejobi requested the image, emphasizing that the arrest of those who participated in #EndSars has been halted.
He claims that if the arrest was still ongoing, some of those who took part in #EndSars would not be at their father’s house, making comedy skits, or even running for office.
Send us his pix,. But you know we have stopped picking those who participated in Endsars, if not many won’t be in their fathers houses or be doing comedy or skits or even to contest.
So don’t go there. Endsars is part of our history in Nigeria, and i am sure many have learnt one or two lessons from the violence.
Reacting to the tweet, Mr Macaroni faulted the police boss saying;
If things are the way they are supposed to be, we won’t have people with zero knowledge about public relations call themselves image makers when all they do is foster hatred and further dent the image of their institutions. Good evening my respected uncle. How’s the family?
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