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Police Brutality In Nigeria Knows No Status – Akin Alabi

akinalabiHouse of Reps member, Akin Alabi has had his say on the arrest of his colleague, Shina Peller, who owns the popular Quilox Night Club.

According to Alabi, Pellar simply went to free his customers that were illegally detained only for him to get locked up as well.

He added that this proves that police brutality in Nigeria does not respect anyone’s status.

His words, “so founder of Quilox and House of Representatives member, Shina Peller went to bail his customers that were illegally arrested, then the Police at Maroko police station detained him as well. Police brutality knows no status.”

“We are on our way to Panti. First of all, the cars of the customers were towed and seized for violating traffic. FINE. But they were arrested and told to pay N100,000 bribe. Why one earth do you need to pay the police a bribe after your car has already been seized.

You arrest those parked on the road. Someone goes to bail the people arrested. You arrest the person to. That summarizes why Shina Peller was arrested.”

Do you agree?

Otunba Akin Alabi (born 31 March 1977) is a Nigerian politician, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the author of the business and marketing book, Small Business Big Money and also the founder of NairaBET.com, Nigeria’s first sports bookmaking company.

Akin Alabi is the Mogaji (Head) of Ajiwogbo compound in Ibadan. He was appointed by the Olubadan of Ibadan, HRH Saliu Adetunji on Monday December 5, 2016.

Born in Ibadan, Ọyọ State, Nigeria, to Chief and Chief (Mrs) Adediran Alabi, Akin had his primary education at Command Children School, Ibadan and secondary school education at Federal Government College Enugu. He proceeded to The Polytechnic, Ibadan where he obtained a Higher National Diploma in Business Administration. He holds a Masters of Science (Msc) degree in Marketing from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. He holds a certificate in Intellectual Property Strategy from Harvard University, Boston, United States.

Akin Alabi started his business career in 2003 writing and selling books, manuals and other information products. He proceeded to launching his own seminar and training company specializing in teaching and consulting for other young people starting their own small businesses. He also started publishing a business opportunity newspaper titled INCOME (now rested). To add to his publishing enterprise, Akin launched, World Soccer News, a weekly sports newspaper.

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