Singer Small Doctor has turned his attention back to his upcoming concert following his release by an Ebute Metta Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
The 22-year-old was arraigned over allegations of unlawful possession of firearms and threat to shoot a policeman.
He was, however, released by the court with a warning not to engage in any violent act for the next one year.
Announcing his release in a Twitter post, the ‘Mosquito Killer’ singer declared that all power belongs to God, while thanking his fans for their love.
He thereafter reminded them of his Omo Better Concert holding at the Agege Stadium on Sunday.
Believe In GOD, All Power Belongs To GOD🙏🏾
Thank You All For The LOVE & Positive Vibe🙏🏾omo BETTER Doing Great.
💯 #OmoBETTERConcert This Sun Dec 9th Agege Stadium🚀
iyanu MASHELE SOONEST✍🏿✅
— small DOCTOR (@iam_smalldoctor) December 4, 2018
Small Doctor was arrested and paraded by the police on Monday along with three other suspects arrested with him.
Parading the men on Monday, Lagos police boss Imohimi Edgal said he was disappointed in the musician because he had a case with the State CID for allegedly shooting a gun at a show in Agege where four persons were injured.
“I am concerned as one will expect that a popular musician like him would be a role model but his character of gangsterism is nothing to emulate,” Edgal said.