- Popular comedian, Mr Macaroni has given an important update about his colleague, Cute Abiola who is in Naval detention
- The comedian made it known that his colleague is still in detention and he wouldn't want to talk too much about the matter
- Macaroni also made it known that only Cute Abiola's wife and mum are allowed to visit him in detention
Popular online comedian, Mr Macaroni is sharing the current state of his colleague, Cute Abiola who is in Naval detention.
The comedian has provided new updates, maintaining that he wouldn't like to speak too much on the situation.
Mr Macaroni also revealed that people have been asking him about the current state of Cute Abiola and he doesn't have a lot of information at hand.
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"A lot of people have been asking me about Cute Abiola. I don't have much information as only his wife and mother are allowed to see him."
He also said he wouldn't like to speak too much about the situation so his statement will not be misunderstood and he confirmed that the last time he checked, Cute Abiola was still in Naval detention.
Mr Macaroni further pleaded for his colleague's release:
"This isn't a new thing in the military. But as a public figure, Cute Abiola has millions of followers worldwide hence the reason for the consistent concern from the fans and friends. We can only continue to send our best wishes to him."
Check out Mr Macaroni's full comments on his colleague, Cute Abiola's detention below:
Cute Abiola's last chat with friends before getting detained by Nigerian Navy
Legit.ng earlier reported that more details emerged about the 'disappearance' of Cute Abiola who is said to be in the custody of the Nigerian Navy.
The comedian's last WhatsApp chat with a friend made rounds on social media where he gave an insight into his present situation in the hands of his colleagues.
In the chat, the online comedian confided in his friend that he could not talk at the moment because he was on a 'hot seat'.
Nigerians reacted to the chat and most of them called for his release from detention.