Nigerian music singer Kylacole, recently posted on his online platform to call the attention of the public to his encounter with officials of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), and the Nigerian Police Force (NPF).
The singer had shared a video on his Instagram page that captured the moment a PHCN official and some policemen accosted him and his crew mates, and stopped their vehicle from moving.
A camera handler who was filming the incident could be heard repeatedly asking the policemen why they had been stopped.
The policemen ignored his questions and an officer had dragged Kylacole out of the car.
Sharing the video, the singer said that the encounter had been triggered by the lyrics of his music single Up Nepa; a song in which he addressed the issue of the poor power supply in the country. See his post below
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