Monday, 17 February 2014

Tiwa Savage arrested for breaking traffic rules!

So it happened on Saturday just a day after valentine and just maybe Tiwa had some overdose of love and the law made no sense to her any more. Well she was redirected. Found this on Information Nigeria and decided to gist you viewers. We can't just blame leaders for the way things are in Nigeria if we can't even abide by the simple laws of traffic for our own safety. 

Last week I centered most of my interior blogging on love since it was valentine's week. This week my interior blogging will be centered on promoting great societal values just by the way your room/house is decorated, just maybe you will learn how not to break traffic lights lol. Continue to read for Tiwa's arrest gist as reported on Info Nigeria......

Savage, often referred to as Mavin First Lady, was said to have argued with the policeman, who flagged her down for flouting traffic rules in front of Eko Hotels and Suites Victoria Island, on Saturday.

Savage, who was recently signed a brand ambassador deal with Forte Oil, allegedly came down from the vehicle she was driving in and confronted the policeman.

During the ensuing argument with the cop, Savage, who was said to have been infuriated by the development, allegedly removed the cap of the policeman.

The first African female Pepsi ambassador, was reportedly whisked away to the Victoria Island Police Division for humiliating and assaulting the policeman.

A policeman at the station, who spoke to our correspondent on the condition of anonymity, said Savage was released shortly after.

He said, “Tiwa Savage refused to stop at a traffic light around Adetokunbo Ademola Street near Eko Hotel and Suites. When we attempted to accost her, she refused to park her car as instructed by the policemen.

“Since there was a traffic snarl at the time, a policeman followed her car and insisted that she must stop. After a while, she stopped and started raining abuses on all of us so, we took her to the station.

“On getting to the station, a senior officer advised her to apologise because she was wrong and there were even eyewitnesses at the scene who could testify against her if the matter was taken to court. She apologised and was released immediately.”

When contacted, the Group Publicist for Mavin Records, Terfa Tilley-Gyado, confirmed the incident and said the records label would issue a comprehensive statement stating the position of Tiwa Savage and the group on Monday.

The Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Police Command, Ngozi Braide, could not be reached for comments.

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