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Popular Skit Maker, Trinity Guy, Regains Freedom From Prison

Abdullahi Maruff Adisa, the Nigerian skit maker, who is popularly called Trinity Guy, has regained freedom from prison.

The PUNCH earlier reported that the police invited the skit maker in connection with a prank video that involved a minor.

Thereafter, a Family Court sitting at Iyaganku, Ibadan, Oyo State, ordered his remand to Agodi correctional facility.

It also arraigned and remanded Isiaka Ahmed, 40, and his wife, Rofiat, 29, who are parents of the victim on two-count charges of conspiracy and sexual abuse and exploitation alongside the skit maker.

Disclosing his release on Friday night, a fellow skit maker, Abdugalfar Abiola, popularly known as Cute Abiola, announced on his Instagram page that Trinity Guy has been released on bail.

Writing in broken English, he posted, “@iamtrinityguy is finally free on Bail. I am wishing you all the best brother. May Almighty Allah keep guiding you to the right path, Amen. Welcome back! Welcome back! My guy don pray tire see his forehead.”

Yoruba movie maker, Lizzy Anjorin also shared the picture of Trinity Guy with a caption celebrating and thanking God for his bail.

“OLORUN SEUN… OMO OLOGO GBERAAAAAA @iamtrinityguyz,” she posted.

Meanwhile, efforts to reach the Oyo State Police Public Relations Officer, Osifeso Adewale, proved abortive as he did not pick up his calls or reply to texts as of the time of filing this report.

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Nigerian Skitmaker, Skit Maker Trinity Guy Will Be Charged To Court Monday — FPRO Reveals

Abdullahi Adisa, the controversial prankster. who is also known as Trinity Guy is set to be dragged to court.

The skitmaker will be charged to court on Monday following his offensive pranks.

This was confirmed by spokesman of the Nigeria Police Force, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi on Friday.

According to Adejobi, several complaints have been received against the skit maker.

“He will surely be charged to court on Monday. We have received several complaints against him, and many groups, NGOs, and CLOs are interested in the case.

“There is no sentiment in law, like I always say. Others should be able to learn from his actions and inactions,” the PPRO confirmed.

The police invited him in connection with a prank video that involved a minor.

Giving update on Friday, the police said Trinity Guy said he had an agreement with the minor’s parent before releasing the skit.