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The blog, in a series of posts made via its Instagram page, alleged that those paraded by the police were not its operators, while asking the security operatives to provide evidence to prove blog’s relations with them.

I saw the video interview posted by una and I shake my head seeing how useless and Low the force is in 2024, una cut some part of the interview, at some point una mute those boys 🤣🤣🤣Nigeria police don cast, you all are scared knowing fully well say na only gisltover fit face una 🤣🤣because if not, why going after a blog, Mohbad case till today una delay autopsy, jokers of the century Na him una be, free Adebukola and Nnedum now and stop making a fool of your force, such a shame 🤮🤮I go post the video now so you all see what the Nigerian police has been reduced to, be like we need more lawyers on board oo, please good lawyers in the house send me DMs, the wahala wey them Dey find, them go later see am, THIS IS ALL SHADE OF UNPROFESSIONALISM AND LAWLESSNESS, una mind no go touch ground , olohun ngbo 🤮🤮

Recall that it was earlier reported on Friday how The Nigerian Police Force, in a press statement by its spokesperson, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi claimed that it had apprehended three persons alleged to be behind Gistlover.

The arrest was said to be made by the National Cybercrime Center of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).

The statement also identified the suspects as followed: Adebukola Kolapo, Nnedum Micheal Somtomchukwu and Isaac Akpokighe, all males of ages 27, 25 and 30.

The suspects were arrested in connection with a case of alleged conspiracy, cyberstalking, and threat to life.

The statement added that the trio were arrested for “cyberstalking, incitement, blackmail, and sundry, which has over the years been a cause for public outcry.”

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