Adejobi ordered the arrest after he had previously warned popular skit makers who use pranks for a living to regulate them because they endanger Nigerian lives.
Sharing an extreme prank video of Trinity Guy via his Instagram page on Monday, CSP Adejobi urged people who have been affected by the skit maker’s pranks to report them to the authorities.
He said, “This doesn’t make any sense. I think the guy should have been arrested.
“Those individuals who feel the heat and fear of the pranks should be reporting the pranksters as many of their pranks are criminals, immoral, and evil. These women have a good case against him.”