NDLEA invades Zinoleesky and Mohbad resident, harass and detains them, Naira Marley reacts (Video)By KellyChi April 15, 2022, 11:02 am Comments
National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) invaded, harassed and detained two Marlian Record stars, Zinoleesky and Mohwicked at their residence in Lagos on the raid last night.
In the footage making waves online, NDLEA could be seen harassing Mohwicked and Zinoleesky via their suspense.
The two Inventive Nigerian singer and music magicians tried to resist their arrest but couldn’t overpower troops of heavily armed officials who forced them into their car and whisked them away.
Their close associates were seen crying in the footage as the NDLEA harassed the two stars.
Meanwhile, the Inventive Nigerian singer and music magician, Naira Marley aggressively reacted to the saga by simply tweeting angry emojis via his Twitter handle.
— nairamarley (@officialnairam1) February 24, 2022
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Omo NDLEA go bust zino and mohwicked for house without search warrant smh..
Which kind country be this 💔
— yinka (@iamhbozz) February 24, 2022
A country ascribed as Nigeria 🇳🇬 😡
I can see Naira Marley’s Zinoleesky and Mohwicked been harassed. So it is legal to burst someone’s home at midnight without a warrant? Omo 😡 pic.twitter.com/NJEKalClgR
— Tizi Prince (@tizi_prince) February 24, 2022
Naira Marley reacts to news that NDLEA arrested two of his artist mohwicked and Zinoleesky in the middle of the night pic.twitter.com/uSF4aQ2klx
— Michael Bulus (@MicOn202) February 24, 2022
“@omah_lay_s: Free Zinoleesky! NDLEA Criminals coming to someone’s house in the middle of the Night without warrants to abduct Citizens.
Zino /Zinoleesky /Nairamarley/ Mohwicked. pic.twitter.com/nLgZfsmrdn
— GIDI (@Gidi_Traffic) February 24, 2022
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