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Mr Macaroni Shares His Experience After Being Released From Police Custody | Video

Revealed they were stripped and beaten.

@mrmacaroni1 | Instagram

Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni has shared his experience with the Nigerian Police after he was arrested alongside other protesters over their attempt to protest over the reopening of Lekki Tollgate.

In the video which he uploaded on Instagram, Mr Macaroni revealed, he was at first scared of going for the protest as he has received calls from families and friends not to attend.

According to him, other protesters who were at the venue inspired him to go and join the protest. Further stating that everyone, regardless of his/her tribe, is his brother.

He also spoke on how he and other protesters were stripped and beaten by the Nigerian Police, and his phone was destroyed, adding that they threatened, they would have been killed if the protest occurred at night time.

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He revealed he will give more details later as he is going to the hospital as he is badly bruised.

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