A popular comedian identified as Mr. Macaroni has shared a video in which he allegedly intervened in a dispute between security operatives and a group of boys in Lagos State.
According to the video, Mr. Macaroni was seen in a heated exchange with policemen who allegedly extorted money from young who were found with iPhones in the street.
The Boys admitted that they paid the security operatives some money as requested by them because they were found with iPhone in Lagos State.
Mr. Macaroni asked the boys to video the incident pointing out this situation is the reason why there is major corruption in the country and it needs to stop because the boys did nothing other than to own an iPhone.
After Mr. Macaroni seemingly intervened when a group of boys was being extorted. He streamed the video live on his Instagram post to disclose the current state of the nation and why it needs to be addressed.
Watch the video from the link below:
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