Police PRO Adejobi Reveals Gistlover’s Syndicate Structure

Police PRO Adejobi Reveals Gistlover’s Syndicate Structure

Police Statement After Gistlover Operators’ Arrest

Police Public Relations Officer (PRO) ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi issues a statement addressing concerns surrounding the recent arrest of three individuals accused of operating the controversial blog, Gistlover.

Doubts Arise Amid Arrests

Following the apprehension of these individuals, skepticism surfaces within the public domain, casting doubt on whether they are genuinely behind the Gistlover account.

Questions arise as the account continues to share new posts despite the arrests.

Interrogating the Blog’s Alleged Crimes

A growing chorus of inquiries questions the nature of Gistlover’s activities that led to the arrest of its purported operators.

Social media users seek clarification on the specific criminal charges prompting such legal action against the Instagram blog.

Adejobi’s Clarification: Gistlover is a Syndicate Operation

In response to the doubts and queries, Police PRO Adejobi dispels misconceptions by affirming that Gistlover is not run by an individual but rather by a syndicate.

This revelation aims to clarify the structure and operation of the controversial blog.

Syndicate Members Apprehended

Adejobi reveals that the individuals arrested are indeed members of the Gistlover syndicate.

During the operation, law enforcement authorities recover a total of 12 Gistlover pages from the suspects, highlighting the scope and scale of their involvement.

Arrests Linked to Ongoing Investigation

Contrary to assumptions, the individuals paraded as the face behind Gistlover are apprehended not solely for their online activities but are “in connection with an ongoing investigation” involving charges of conspiracy, cyberstalking, and threats to life.

The arrests are part of a broader legal probe into the blog’s operations.

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