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Small Doctor said the police mistook me for someone

Small Doctor - Small Doctor said the police mistook me for someone
Written by IK Ugwu

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Well known Nigerian road music artist, Adekunle Temitope, otherwise known as Small Doctor, has at last clarified the conditions that prompted his capture by the Nigerian police on Monday.

The vocalist, who was discharged from police care on Tuesday after much counsel said his issue with the police was a unimportant instance of misconception.

“It was an instance of misconception and everything had been settled. My fans need to realize that I won’t get associated with any illicitness. The more youthful ones seek me for expectation and I will never disappoint them”, he said. The Penalty crooner demanded that he is authorized to claim a weapon, which is the reason he was stunned when he later perused reports that he was in control of unlawful guns. “As I said before, I can’t be engaged with any unlawful movement. It is extremely unlikely I will hold a gun without having a permit.” He, in any case, demanded that there was no chance the occurrence would influence his show booked to hang on Sunday, as satisfactory arrangements have been made.

“My issue with the police is even a noteworthy explanation behind individuals to go to my Sunday appear. There is no compelling reason to frenzy and we have put intensely in the security of lives and properties,” he kept up. The Penalty crooner, clarifying why he agreed to Agege Stadium in Lagos for his presentation show, expressed, “I trust I am remarkable and individuals around me are extraordinary too. I am a man of the general population and I trust I should offer back to my general public. They have been the one supporting me from the beginning. I need them to feel imperative and cheerful. Eko Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos, can’t deal with the group I need to engage.”

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