BREAKING!! Nigerian Navy Arrests Comedian, Cute Abiola Over Viral Uniform Picture He Posted On His Birthday


Information reaching us has revealed that Comedian, Cute Abiola who is also an officer in the Nigerian Navy has been detained by the Navy Police.

According to a close source who spoke in the condition of anonymity, Cute Abiola popularly known as Ankara Gucci was detained over the picture of him in full Navy Camouflage that went viral on his Birthday.

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Why Cute Abiola Was Arrested

The comedian posted the picture on his Instagram page for the purpose of his birthday celebration on Thursday, April 28th, 2020.

Lots of celebrities and entertainers picked up the picture and reposted it on their various social media platforms to celebrate the young comedian.

However, the extent at which the picture went viral does not go down well with the Cute Abiola‘s bosses in the Nigerian Navy, so he got arrested and detained.

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Cute Abiola Needs The Help Of Nigerians

Our source has revealed that only Nigerians can save Cute Abiola in this ugly situation as he might remain in detention for a very long time.

We call on well-meaning Nigerians to speak up for the release of the young Comedian, Cute Abiola from Nigeria Navy detention.

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#ReleaseCuteAbiola #ReleaseAnkaraGucci

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