The police said they were at the location for over thirty minutes now. Well-meaning Nigerians have commendably shown concern. We will get to the roots of this.
The lady has voluntarily presented herself at the police station. Questioning is ongoing. We will keep you updated.
After a careful and extensive investigation, it is revealed that 20-year-old Toyosi Adesegun, female, is a regular visitor to Olamilekan Faruk, Ayanfe Ayinde and Olusola Onipede, all male of 78 Obayan Street Akoka. This morning, she was restrained from leaving the apartment by the young men. Toyosi threatened to tweet what she tweeted if she was not allowed to leave. The young men called her bluff and she tweeted. Based on the foregoing, the three men will be arraigned for wrongful restraint while Toyosi will be arraigned for giving false information.
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