Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe narrates her arrest ordeal in Osun State

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Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe on Thursday narrated her ordeal of alleged harassment by policemen in Osogbo, Osun state.

The Yoruba movie star who posted her views on her Instagram page said she the incident occurred while she was trying to take in the course of a movie she was shooting in the Osogbo.

Read her: ‘Morning Fam, it has come to my attention that news has been flying around that I was arrested by the police in Osogbo. ..For the records I was never ARRESTED! I was shooting a movie in osogbo and was going for a break with my PA and Driver when we saw a police van chasing us; they later double crossed us, came out of their van and started banging the bonnet of my car asking us to come down. I was shocked and scared because I didn’t know what was going on. I stepped out of the car to ask them what happened and why they double crossed us in that manner, the policemen started shouting and acting crazy pointing his gun at me.’

She furthers: ‘On seeing his behaviour, i took out my phone and started to record them, one of them forcefully collected my phone from me. My PA also started recording them with an ipad and the policeman slapped her and threw the iPad away. At this point a lot of crowd had already gathered when they saw me and what was happening and they started booing them, saying that is how osogbo policemen harass innocent citizens. When the policemen saw the large crowd supporting us and that they could be mobbed, they stylishly left only to call for reinforcement of other Police officers. Those ones came and started shooting sporadically into the air, everyone had to run for their lives.’

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