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“Let’s team up to plead with the Police for Verydarkman” – Hon. Simon Oshi

Former Aspirant for Federal House of Representatives, Honourable Simon Oshi lends his voice to the arrest and detainment of the famous critic, Verydarkman.……CONTINUE READING>>>

Some days ago, Verydarkman was arrested by the Nigeria Police Force on charges concerning cyberbullying and has since been held in custody.

In a recent post via the image-sharing platform Instagram, Honourable Simon Oshi calls for calm amidst the critic’s dark times.

According to him, his arrest was beyond the speculations of his clash with the likes of Bobrisky, Tonto Dikeh and others, but a more serious case.

In a lengthy note, he urged for peace while applauding the supporters of Verydarkman and pleaded with the police to temper justice with mercy.

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The statement reads;

“LETS TEAM UP TO PLEAD WITH THE NIGERIAN POLICE. I Hon Simon Oshi

To the lovers and well wishers of our very own VDM, I want to sincerely applaud the commitment and show of love by a lot of his followers and celebrities.

I on the other hand, have been at the active run of every activity here in Abuja since my attention was drawn to the issue by Big smart, I’ve explored all my influential contacts and engaged with his legal team.

“I want to assure everyone that, he’ll return in good health and sane mind. I want to equally implore all my followers and Nigerians to keep it sane online with the Nigerian police force Soo peace can be restored in earnest. This will equally compliment our plead.

“The predicament is not about Samclef, Tonto Dike or Iyabo Ojo. The situation has left their control a long time ago. Let’s all be on same page, soo the NPF can forgive him as expected. VDM is our own and should be protected at all cost. God bless Nigeria, the entertainers and NPF.
HON. Simon Oshi.”

"Let's team up to plead with the Police for Verydarkman" - Hon. Simon Oshi

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