Davido Runs to Hide as Aide, Kayode, Beats Airport & Customs Officials

Davido Runs to Hide as Aide, Kayode, Beats Airport & Customs Officials. Davido AKA ‘Omo Baba Lowo,’ and his crew members attacked Customs’ Baggage Check Officials.

The incident which took place yesterday evening at the arrival section of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), became uncontrollable as Davidos’ aide identified as Kayode, beasts up Airport & Customs Officials, just to protect his boss’s bag from been checked.

Reporters online also have it that Kayode went ahead to beat up officials of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Aviation Security (AVSEC), a department under the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and a staff of Checkport over an attempt to check the tags on the checked luggage of his Boss, Davido, who returned on an Emirates flight.

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According to an eyewitness;

“Whenever Davido arrives the airport, he usually leave his check-in luggage for his aides to clear. Immediately he arrives on a flight, he goes out and will start doling out money outside the terminal.

“Today, he arrived as usual with several luggage and about 17 in all. The rule is that whenever you arrive, you are expected to release your tags to the Checkport staff for confirmation and verification, but rather than comply with the simple rule, one of his aides insisted he won’t allow them to check the tags.

“He rebuffed everyone who were carrying out their lawful duties and resorted to attack the officials. No fewer than four officials were beaten by the person in question with at least two of them soaked in blood.

“When he was uncontrollable, he was bundled into the cell and he insisted that he must be taken to a police station. This however, attracted Davido’s attention who was already out of the terminal. He had to return, but the security officials refused to hand over the luggage to him. One of the luggage we even gathered contained some money in foreign currencies.”

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