Arguably, there are many memories to recall in future that happened in 2021 which really made some Nigerians to react woefully on social media, as in the case of below two Celebs who really got people's attention after being arrested before they were released.
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1. Mr Macaroni
The popular Nigerian comedian and actor, Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni was arrested in February during the #occupylekkitollgate protest for defying the Lagos State directive against the protest. However, after Mr Macaroni was arrested by the Personnel of the Nigerian police force in Lagos, most of the Nigerians reacted woefully which later changed the topic from #occupylekkitollgate to #freeMrmacaroni. And this includes some other top celebrities before he was granted freedom some hours or days after.
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2. Chiwetalu Agu
The recent news of the 65 years old veteran actor, comedian and movie producer, Chiwetalu Agu who was arrested in Onitsha, Anambra State for putting on outfit with Biafra flag is no longer a breaking. However, before the veteran actor was granted freedom in the following morning it has also made some Nigerians to reacted angrily as many of them said that he have right to wear any clothes he wishes to. This also includes some other celebrities like Emeka Ike, Destiny Etiko and many others.
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What is your opinion about this? Do you think these two celebs were arrested based on a right decision? Feel free to share your thought in the comment box below.
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