I have a right to say I will call the governor, He is the chief security officer of the state – Arise TV journalist, Rufai Oseni says (video)
Broadcaster, Rufai Oseni, says he has a right to say he will call the governor after he was arrested for using the BRT lane.
Rufai trended on Monday, August 1, after he came online to accuse police officers of pointing a gun at him. The officers had arrested him for taking the dedicated lane meant for BRT buses.
Rufai said despite him mentioning that he will pay the fine for the traffic offense, the officers still invaded his car, forcefully took his keys, and even pointed a gun at him.
A video of Rufai threatening police officers that he will call the governor after he was arrested went viral today August 2.
He received a lot of backlash with some people saying he wanted to use his access to the governor to intimidate the police officers.
In a video shared on his page, Rufai explained that he felt threatened when the officers forcefully took his car keys from him and pointed a gun at him. He said he has a right to say he will call the state Governor because he is the Chief Security Officer of the state.