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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Man Arrested For Naming His Pet Dog Buhari


The 30-year-old trader, Joe Fortemose Chinakwe, who was
arrested last Saturday for naming his pet dog ‘Buhari’ has
been released by the police in Ogun State.He has also given
reasons why he named his pet dog ‘Buhari’. The embattled
trader was let off the hook around 5pm on Tuesday after
the intervention of both the Serkin Hausa and President-
General of non-indigenes in the state.
It was learned that the prompt intervention of the elders
made the complainant to withdraw the case he reported
against the trader at Sango-Ota division which was later
transferred to Police headquarters at Eleweran. However,
police sources said both the complainant and suspect were
made to sign an undertaking not to cause any breach of
peace again.
Speaking to Vanguard after this release, the trader, a father
of two from the Niger Delta, who trades on second hand
clothing lamented that he was made to suffer for no just
cause.
Narrating his ordeal, Chinakwe said “It is annoying because
the complainant is from Niger Republic and I am sure he is
one of those illegal aliens in this country. He connived with
one Police Sergeant from the Northern part of Nigeria called
Musa, who works at Sango Police division to humiliate me.
Worse still, the Divisional Police Officer there, did not help
matters as he refused to entertain any plea from me after I
was arrested that Saturday night. He simply ordered his
men to throw me into the cell.”
Continuing, he said “I did not commit any offence. I named
my beloved pet dog Buhari, who is my hero. My admiration
for Buhari started far back when he was a military Head of
State. It continued till date that he is a civilian President.
After reading his dogged fight against corruption, which is
like a canker worm eating into the very existence of this
country, I solely decided to rename my beloved dog which I
called Buhari, after him. I did not know that I was
committing an offence for admiring Buhari.
“I was intimidated and thrown inside the cell with hardened
criminals for about three days. While I was there, the
complainant from Niger Republic and Sergeant Musa from
the North kept on taunting me saying people from my part
of the country are trouble makers and that after detaining
me, they will throw me into prison where I will die unsung.
”Even when my wife came with our baby on her back, they
stopped her from giving me food. One of my friends that
came to see me was also maltreated.
“While taking me to Eleweran the next day, they handcuffed
and chained me together with that my friend. Fortunately,
when we got to police headquarters, both the Commissioner
of Police and other officers were angry with their colleagues
at Sango-Ota. ”They were wondering loudly why I was
brought to the headquarters over such a minor case. It’s
very unfortunate that I have to be so humiliated in my own
country because of the antics of a foreigner in connivance
with my brother from the North.”
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