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Seun Kuti shares prison experience, says ‘I was made to lay on a cold hard floor’

Embattled Afrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, has recounted some of the things he experienced while in police detention.
Recall that Seun Kuti was apprehended by the Nigerian police, albeit on the directive of the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Usman Alkali Baba, after slapping one of their operatives on Third Mainland Bridge.
The singer had claimed that the police officer threatened to harm his family, hence the reason for his action.

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He was later apprehended and remanded at the State Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department, (SCIID) Panti, Yaba, in Lagos State on the orders of the Yaba Chief Magistrate Court.
Seun Kuti was finally granted bail, on Tuesday, after spending eight days in detention.
Speaking via his Instastory, on Friday, Seun Kuti described some of the harsh experience in jail.
He said he was made to lay down on a “hard cold floor, in the midst of prisoners.”

He, however, added that it was “still better than sitting in the devil’s house with politicians”

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Meanwhile, Kuti has travelled to Switzerland for a summer European tour.

His departure occurred on the same day he was released from the custody of the Nigeria Police Force, Lagos State command.

Kuti’s departure for Zurich, where fans eagerly anticipate his show on Thursday, was confirmed by a source who spoke with SaharaReporters.
This news follows his recent inability to perform at a concert in Majorca Island, Spain, due to his detention by Nigeria Police Force (NPF)