- Popular broadcaster, Rufai Oseni has finally eaten a humble pie following his heated brawl with operatives of the Lagos state police
- Mr. Oseni who was recently prosecuted by the Lagos Police Command was slammed with the sum of N70,000
- He, however, tender a public apology to the Nigerian police and members of the public for his actions
Lagos - Co-host of the popular ARISE TV breakfast program "The Morning Show", Rufai Oseni has tendered a public apology to the Lagos state police command over the heated brawl that transpired between both parties recently.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the Mr Oseni was apprehended by operatives of the Lagos State Police Command when he was caught driving on the BRT lane.
In a viral video, the renowned broadcaster argued with the officers as he resisted arrest.
His actions prompted the police to apprehend him and prosecute him at a Lagos mobile court for trial.
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Lagos mobile court fines Oseni N70k
As reported by Legit.ng, the Lagos mobile court found Mr. Rufai guilty of the allegations levelled against him as he was slammed a N70,000 fine as a violation fee.
While issuing his apology on 'The Morning Show' program, he said:
"As many of you know, in the last two days I have been in the news for the wrong reasons. This has resulted in needless distractions for my friends, family, members of the public, and for all my colleagues here on Arise News Channels.
"I would therefore like to apologise to all parties over what transpired during the incident with the police when I was stopped for driving on a bus lane. I cannot and dare not lay claims to knowing it all."
Terrorism: Lagos police assures residents of guaranteed safety
The Lagos State Police Command has assured its residents of guaranteed safety amid the growing rate of terrorist attacks in the country.
The spokesperson of the Lagos State Police Command, Benjamin Hundeyin made this known via a statement issued recently.
According to Hundeyin, the police are working with other security agencies to protect lives and property in the state.
IGP meets police commissioners amid rampant security scare
Meanwhile, a crucial meeting has been staged between the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Usman Alkali Baba and his 36 commissioners of police.
It was gathered that the meeting was called on the heels of the rampant security scare across the federation.
Media sources have it that the documentation and streamlining of the operations of commercial motorcycle and tricycle riders will be part of the agenda.