Again, Police PRO, Adejobi, demands arrest of skitmaker Trinity Guy for his extreme pranks

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CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the spokesperson Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has demanded the immediate arrest of skitmaker Trinity Guy over his extreme pranks.

Adejobi demanded the immediate arrest of the skitmaker after he released a new skit with a minor which many critics on social media have found to be inappropriate.

In the new skit, Trinity Guy made the minor pretend that she had mistakenly seen his pe**s, probably while he was urinating and he made the minor describe his genitals to him.

While reacting to the new skit in a post on Instagram, CSP Adejobi said that Trinity Guy should be arrested and charged to court. He also informed that the police will act on the matter as soon as possible.

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‘’This is rubbish and criminal. This guy should be arrested and charged to court. We will act as soon as possible. I hate this scene. Child abuse!!!.” The police spokesperson wrote.

This is the second time in less than two days that CSP Adejobi will call for the arrest and prosecution of Trinity Guy over his extreme skits which he posts on social media.

Days ago, Adejobi took to his Instagram page to share video clips of the pranks by Trinity Guy and urged those who have been affected by the skit maker’s acts to report to the authorities.

The Police PPRO who had previously warned skit makers who use pranks for a living to regulate them because they endanger Nigerian lives said that his skits do not make any sense.

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