Triple MG owner, Ubi Franklin questioned how the Tekno was a threat to national security even in possession of no arms.
Hours ago, NCAC released a statement saying they will sanction music star, Tekno for going ahead to release the video to his new single, Agege which still showed the semi nude dancers.
Tekno had already apologized for the misconduct and submitted that they were only using the truck to convey the ladies to the next location for a music video shoot before the Lagos State Police command invited him over for questioning.
Reacting to the statement by NCAC, Ubi Franklin took to his Instagram to express his feelings about the issue. He wrote: “You see this country Nigeria? Smh ♂️ I don tire.How can expressing your craft through a music video be a threat to national security?.A 28 year old with no gun? Very few making Nigeria/Nigerians proud?”
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