Update: I only tested the strength of fake news

Update: I only tested the strength of fake news - Police spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, reacts to backlash he received over tweet stating that he escaped arrest for breaking a road traffic law because he

CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the spokesperson of the Nigeria Police Force, has said that he was only ‘testing the strength of fake news’ when he initially tweeted about a road safety officer allowing him to go free after he was caught using his phone while driving

 

In the early hours of today AUgust 16, Adejobi tweeted

”I was driving today in abuja, and one road safety officer who wanted to arrest me for using phone, heard me instructing the DPO to put one person in d cell, he just saluted me, and passed me. This is to say “to every rule, there must be an exception to save some situations”. Lol”

 

His tweet elicited reactions from Nigerians who took to his Twitter page to slam him for ”breaking the law and coming online to brag about it”. 

 

Adejobi in response to one the comments, said the incident never happened and that he was only testing the strength of fake news. See his tweet below…

 

Update: I only tested the strength of fake news - Police spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, reacts to backlash he received over tweet stating that he escaped arrest for breaking a road traffic law because he

Update: I only tested the strength of fake news - Police spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, reacts to backlash he received over tweet stating that he escaped arrest for breaking a road traffic law because he

Update: I only tested the strength of fake news - Police spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, reacts to backlash he received over tweet stating that he escaped arrest for breaking a road traffic law because he

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