Content Creator, Zfancy Released on Bail, Warned Against Misinformation

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The Nigeria Police has released content creator, Zion Ubani, aka Zfancy, on bail to the Practitioners of Content Creation, Skit-Making and Influencers Guild of Nigeria (PCCSIGN) executives.

Zfancy was arrested by the NPF-National Cybercrime Centre over prank videos accusing him of serious crimes, including rape. The videos were later found to be scripted.

The release was announced by Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, on the Nigeria Police Force’s official social media handles Wednesday night.

He has been warned to avoid pranks that could cause public unrest. The Nigeria Police Force encourages positive creativity among young people and responsible social media use. The force also urges content creators to verify the authenticity of information before sharing to avoid spreading misinformation.

The delegation that received Zfancy included Tokoni Peter Igoin, Special Assistant to the President on ICT Development and Digital Innovation.

He said: “Earlier today, 10th of July, 2024, at the Force Headquarters, Mr. Zion Ubani, aka Zfancy, was released on bail to the Excos of the Practitioners of Content Creation, Skit-Making and Influencers Guild of Nigeria (PCCSIGN)”.

“The delegation was led by Mr. Tokoni Peter Igoin, Special Assistant to the President on ICT Development and Digital Innovation”.

“Recall that Mr. Ubani was arrested by the NPF-National Cybercrime Centre over prank videos accusing him of heinous crimes, including rape”.

“The videos were later found to be scripted. He has been warned to avoid pranks that could cause public unrest”.

“While encouraging positive creativity amongst the youthful populace, the NPF urges content creators to responsibly use social media and avoid spreading misinformation that may incite public disorder”, he added.

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