Hours after 2baba shared details for where his planned protests against the FG would take place, the Lagos state Police command has threatened to arrest him.
According a report by the BBC, Lagos police commissioner Mr Fatai Owoseni warned 2baba that if he goes ahead with Monday’s planned march in Lagos, he will be arrested. This is because 2baba has not ‘officially’ asked the police for permission.
2baba is hoping the protests will make the government offer an explanation into the reckless economic downturn nationwide and offer solutions to the problems we are currently facing.
Meanwhile, a number of celebrities have indicated that they would support 2baba in his protest.
As soon as more details emerge on this impasse between the police and 2baba, be rest assured that Sunsgist.com will immediately gist you the details.