Delta Police PRO criticizes Paul Okoye – “Celebrity with no common sense”

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Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Bright Edafe, has retaliated against artist Peter Okoye, also known as King Rudy. The other half of Psquare turned to Instagram to criticize the cops.

Paul Okoye talks bad about police

Following Ice Prince’s arrest, Paul Okoye explained why cops frequently stop and search automobiles. According to Paul Okoye, the only reason they would do such a thing is to find a way to negotiate for a crime that citizens did not commit. Paul Okoye declared that any cop who gets inside his automobile is either a criminal or a kidnapper.

A police officer will only stop and enter your car if they are seeking a way to bargain for a crime you did not commit. As long as a cop gets in my car and instructs me to drive… He is either a CRIMINAL OR A KIDNAPPER.

DSP Bright Edafe responded by calling him a celebrity with no sense. “Paul Okoye is a Celebrity with no common sense,” he tweeted. On Friday, September 2, it was also announced that Nigerian hip-hop recording artist Ice Prince Zamani had been detained for kidnapping and assaulting a police officer.

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Benjamin Hundeyin, a Nigerian police superintendent and the current Public Relations Officer of the Lagos State Police Command, corroborated this. Hundeyin resorted to Twitter to explain how and when the well-known rapper was imprisoned.

At 3 a.m. today, he wrote: @Iceprincezamani: got pulled over for driving without license plates He consented to be driven to the police station. He then abducted the officer, assaulted him, and threatened to immerse him in the river. He was detained, and his court appearance was set for today.

Ice Prince was arrested for driving without a license plate and kidnapping a cop. He will appear in court today. The rapper was arrested and placed in prison after being charged in a magistrate court. For allegedly attacking a police officer, a magistrate court in Lagos’ Ajah district ordered his incarceration at the Ikoyi Correctional Center.

The ‘Oleku’ singer was prosecuted in court on Friday by the Lagos State Police Command on three counts of assault, impeding a police officer from carrying out his statutory responsibilities, and kidnapping.

When the accusations were read to the defendant, he pled not guilty. Later, bail in the amount of N500,000 was granted by Magistrate Taiwo Oyaniyi. He was also compelled to give the court with two responsible sureties.
The magistrate ordered his remand and postponed further procedures till September 7, awaiting when he meets the bail criteria.

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