Cute Abiola has been placed on another punishment after detention in the Nigerian Navy.

Onyxnewsng reports that the Nigerian Navy has placed Cute Abiola whose real name is Abdulgafar Ahmad, and who is one of its personnel on few weeks ‘extra duty’ for wearing police uniform in one of his skits, and for ridiculing the Nigeria Police Force in the process.

Extra duty, Onyxnewsng understands that Cute Abiola will work all through without going home.

The popular Instagram comedian was arrested on November 15, 2021, but has been released from detention to serve his ‘light corrective punishment’ in the cantonment.

The 25-year-old Kwara born is expected to end his punishment by December 15, 2021, when he would be allowed to return home to his family.

Director of Naval Information, Commodore Suleman Dahun, confirmed the development on Friday.

The naval spokesman said that Ahmad was given a light punishment of a ‘one-month extra duty’ after a military trial.

According to Cdre Dahun, “Cute Abiola has been placed on one-month extra duty after he was tried. He will be in charge of cleanship; supervising painting, electricians, carpentry, cutting of grasses, and others. He will be supervising civilians.

“He is no longer under detention. He has been released to move around to serve his punishment.

Because he was detained on November 15, that one month will start counting from then, which means he is going to be engaged till December 15. By then, he will be off the extra duty.” 

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The source also said Cute Abiola should know better as a military man and should not have appeared in a police uniform in one of his skits, let alone ridicule the sister agency in the process.

Lawyer to Cute Abiola, Fatai Adebanjo confirmed the development and expressed delight, saying the wife and mother of the comedian who had been distressed since the ordeal began would be relieved.

We appreciate the Nigerian Navy for the consideration and we know that we are counting days for him to rejoin his family,” Adebanjo said in an interview with The PUNCH:

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