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Nigerian Flautist, Tee Mac, Requests IG For Seun Kuti’s Release

The best Nigerian flautist, Tee Mac Iseli, has made a kind request to the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba, to order Seun Kuti’s release following the deferral of his trial today by the Chief Magistrates Court in Yaba, Lagos State.

Recall that Usman Baba, the Inspector General of Police, had ordered the singer’s detention after ANAEDOONLINE had reported how he had been detained for punching a police officer on the Third Mainland bridge.
In the presence of his attorney and a family spokesperson, the afrobeat musician later turned himself in at the Lagos State Police Command, Ikeja, and was subsequently moved to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti, where he was ultimately incarcerated.

Appealing to the IG in an exclusive chat with the ANAEDOONLINE, Tee Mac expressed disappointment in Seun’s action.

He stated that though the singer is like a son to him, it was wrong for him (Seun) to slap a police officer in the manner that he did.

“Seun is like an adopted son to me. When Fela died, Beko handed him over to me. I am not pleased about the situation in which Seun finds himself. I appeal to the IG to release him now,” Tee Mac pleaded.
Pleading further, Tee Mac noted that Seun’s release is expedient because he has learned a bitter lesson from the ugly experience and there is no need to look for more reasons to punish him.
He said: “He has learned his lesson. It was wrong for Seun to slap a police officer;I agree to that, but it is not good now to look for other things to punish him more. Seun has a hot temper and is surely regretting the whole affair.”


Speaking further, he noted that arresting and detaining Seun was enough punishment already, hence his appeal to the IG for his (Seun’s) release.

“Seun had quite a hard punishment already. But it’s good to be merciful and forgive!”

“Being in the hands of the Nigerian police is the worst punishment one can get. Eating their rotten food, sleeping in those smelling cells! The police are hardly human, they are part of an inhuman society!”


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