The Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has reacted to the prank video of a skit maker, Abdullahi Maruf, popularly known as Trinity Guy.
Known for staging controversial pranks, Trinity Guy in one of his now-viral skits, as his usual fashion, feigned he was under attack from gunmen.
Unaware it was a prank, passers-by were seen scampering for safety from the supposed attack.
The video generated outrage on social media, with many people calling out the comedian for the “extreme prank”.
Reacting, Adejobi described such a prank as “evil and criminal”.
Adejobi, who had previously warned skit makers who use pranks for a living to regulate them because they endanger Nigerian lives, posted the video on his Instagram account on Monday, calling for Trinity Guy’s arrest.
He urged people who have been affected by the skitmakers’ pranks to report them to the authorities. saying, “This doesn’t make any sense. I think the guy should have been arrested.
“Those individuals who feel the heat and fear of the pranks should be reporting the pranksters as many of their pranks are criminals, immoral, and evil. These women have a good case against him.”
In other news, Kanyi Daily reported that former Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani has hailed the sacking of Nigeria’s Service Chiefs by President Bola Tinubu.
Tinubu on Monday night retired the former Service Chiefs, the Inspector General of Police, and the comptroller General of Customs.