Nasty Blaq narrates encounter with NDLEA following De General’s arrest

Skit maker Nasty Blaq has recounted an encounter with National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) following the arrest of his colleague De General.

A spokesperson of the NDLEA Femi Babafemi confirmed to TheCable Lifestyle that De General is being held in the agency’s custody.

He also alleged that certain illegal drugs were found on the skit maker during the raid, thereby necessitating his arrest.

Reacting in a series of Twitter post, Nasty Blaq narrated his own experience with the NDLEA.

“It is with deep sadness I share my experience here on social media but I hope this gets seen by everyone. Yesterday, while I was on my way to a visit at (location), I was accosted by men who claimed to be from the NDLEA.

“I was asked to dismount from my vehicle, raise my hands and identify myself. In my bid to avoid an escalation, I complied. However, I was immediately slapped from behind by another individual. I protested this maltreatment and was joined by my PA.

“Immediately, the men from the NDLEA began to brutally assault me and my PA. One of the men from NDLEA cocked his rifle and shouting, told me he would not hesitate to shoot me dead. In his words, he said he had no reason to hold back even though he knew I was a public figure,” he wrote.

Speaking in another post, the comedian wrote: “On further inquiry, I found out the NDLEA was conducting a raid on the estate I was visiting and that this same brutal treatment was meted out to several other individuals that same night. This kind of lawlessness is the same situation that for years Nigerians have dealth with at the hands of men in uniform and now, after all the clamor, it seems like the new threat to the safety of Nigerians is the NDLEA. I am a victim and I will not keep silent.”

Nasty Blaq also said that he was in the process of making a formal complaint to the Nigerian Police to launch an investigation into the matter.

“I am in the process of making formal complaints to the Nigerian Police and the NDLEA. I have demanded an investigation into the matter and will pursue every legal avenue to ensure that the individuals responsible are brought to book,” he concluded.