Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, had visited the Area F Command,
where Egbegbe was being detained, and was briefed on the investigation.
told a sales boy in the shop that he wanted to pick money from his
vehicle outside. He allegedly attempted to escape with the phones in the
waiting jeep when the sales boy raised the alarm.
police that he wanted to pick the money when the sales boy screamed for
help and alerted the mob.
laughable and better left in the court of public opinion. Ordinarily, I
do not want to join issues with the writer of the publication, but I
have a responsibility to set the records straight for my fans, friends
and foes, in the defence of the truth.
grossly misinform unsuspecting public; it also portrays traces of
campaign of calumny by some mercenary hell bent on destroying my name,
for reasons best known to them.
emphatically that though I was at the Computer Village to address some
issues, I was never arrested for stealing 10 iPhone 7s, as stated by the
writer of the story. The matter has since been resolved by the police;
and the issue of me stealing phone is devilish from the said writer.
charitable, humane, and grass root person, who has exhibited
selflessness in communal service, which have used as a veritable tool
for social development.
told our correspondent at about 3pm on Wednesday that the film-maker was
still being held for interrogation.
in our custody. His associates have been debunking the allegation. He is
still in detention. The CP even came to interrogate him this afternoon
Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, said Egbegbe was still under investigation in
the command, adding that the public would be informed on the outcome of
the investigation on Thursday (today)
investigation. We will properly brief the press on the stand of the
command on the case by tomorrow (today).”
PPRO said, “You are aware that he was arrested. If an online publication
is saying he was not arrested, and the police said he was arrested,
which one do you want to believe?”