When the Lagos state Police command paraded some alleged traffic robbers over the weekend, one of the accused persons stood out. He is Sunshine, a popular Fashion designer entrepreneur living around Ikorodu.
The Police claim they were arrested during a raid on a popular criminal hideout in the Ikorodu area of Lagos State.
However, speaking on the alleged robbery suspect, one Oyedeji Yetunde who claims to be one of the workers in Sunshine's Company said her "boss is not a Robber."
According to her Facebook post, he was arrested by officers for not wearing a face mask when he went to make delivery last Thursday.
She said when they went to the office of the Lagos state task force at Oshodi, they were told to bring #200,000 to bail him.
"the Policemen called with his number and we were asked to come to the take force office at Oshodi," she wrote on her timeline.
"they asked for #200,000 from us for his bail and we said we didn't have such, only to see this today about what they posted about him. Is this fair?" she asked.
Corroborating her story, Quddus Gbagba as well described the fashion designer as aan of good character within the community.
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