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Funke Akindele: PDP Member, Gbadamosi Arrested

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A former gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State and member of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Babatunde Gbadamosi, has been arrested by the Lagos State Police Command for disobeying lockdown order declared by the State Government to curtail coronavirus spread.

Babatunde Gbadamosi was also present at the Funke Akindele house-party.

MandyNews had earlier reported that Nigeria actress, Funke Akindele and her husband, Abdul Rasheed was pleaded guilty on to a one-count charge of hosting a gathering of 20 persons and over, violating lockdown and social distancing rules.

Gbadamosi was arrested on Monday evening after the Nigeria police had made a publication that every guest at Funke Akindele house-party should report to the police station.

The former gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State last tweet was about him criticising the APC led administration.

“A Treatment has been found. Responsible governments are focusing resources on getting the medication. Do the same.

These amateurish hacking attempts are getting really tiresome, but please, continue. They’re great alternative entertainment.”

No power, no water, you can’t distribute food, can’t pay workers to stay home, yet you’re forming lockdown, pretending to be like SANE COUNTRIES where light, water, social welfare and food distribution are not issues. Are you ok like this,” Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi said via his official Twitter handle (@BOGbadamosi).

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