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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

The Ogun State Police Command has released an official statement on the issue of Joe Chinakwe, the man who named his dog - nearly two weeks after the incident.

The statement signed by zonal PRO Abimbola Oyeyemi, read:
"The attention of Ogun State Police Command has been drawn to a story in some section of the media regarding the case of Joachim Iroko who named his dog Buhari and was subsequently arrested and charged to court.

"The suspect was invited and he did not deny the allegation. All efforts to resolve the matter amicably between the two parties proved futile and it was about to degenerate to a serious crisis within the area, hence, the command took a proactive step by charging the case to court in order to avert unnecessary blood shedding.

"The command wants to make it clear to members of the public that the case has nothing to do with the President as some media are painting it to be. It is a clear case between the complainant and the suspect whose action was seen as one that is likely to cause breach of peace."

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