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NPF nabs Tekno over sime-nude display with women
Popular music star, Augustine Kelechi, also known as Tekno reportedly arrested by operatives of the Lagos State Police Command for breaching public decency with an outdoor advertising displaying semi-nude women.
Kelevhi was quizzed for several hours at the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID) Panti, Yaba on Tuesday before being granted administrative bail on health grounds, the Nation reports.
The Igbo born musician came under fire last week after a mobile advertisement displayed scantily dressed girls dancing seductively in a transparent glass box on a truck while he sprayed money on them along the Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge.
We understand Kelechi issued a public apology explaining that it was not an advert but a scene in a video he was currently shooting, the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) suspended the advertising firm, Pro-Vision Media Systems Limited whose van was used.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Lagos SCIID, Mrs. Yetunde Longe, said investigation was ongoing into the matter and the singer was granted bail because of his health.
She said: “Yes, we invited him for questioning but we did not detain him because of his health. He was advised to report to the police whenever he was needed. Investigation is still ongoing.”
Similarly, Lagos Police spokesman, Bala Elkana, a Deputy Superintendent (DSP) said the two girls were also arrested.
“He is presently undergoing questioning at the SCIID Panti. Public indecency was against the Criminal Code and if found culpable after investigation, all those responsible will be charged to court,” said Elkana.