Isreal Afeare, a personal logistics manager to Davido, has called on Nigerians to beg the music star not to sack him after he was earlier suspended.


The spotlight recently beamed on Afeare after his comment on the ordeal of Abba Kyari, a deputy commissioner of police (DCP).

Kyari had come under fire after Hushpuppi, the socialite arrested for cyber fraud in Dubai last year, claimed he bribed the top detective to arrest Chibuzo, his co-fraudster and rival.

Although Kyari dismissed the allegations, an investigation by the FBI claimed the senior police officer collaborated with Hushpuppi to facilitate the arrest of Chibuzo.


Amid the ongoing drama, Afeare had thrown his weight behind the embattled top detective in an Instagram post.

In the now-deleted post, the ‘FEM’ singer’s aide had argued that Kyari “is a clean cop”, citing his heroics in the fight against crime in the past.

“I am fully standing with @abba Kyari. The man is a clean cop. He has fully tried and still trying in aspects of fighting wild armed robbers and kidnappers. Kindly tell me who’s a saint in dis or Nigeria,” he had said.


But his stance on the case had generated an intense backlash while Davido was said to have suspended him.

In a post via his Instastories on Monday, Afeare appealed with Nigerians not to worsen his plight by advocating his sack.

He also apologised for his remark, adding that he did not know the gravity of his action until after he spoke with Ubi Franklin, the Nigerian media executive.

“You people should kindly help me to beg my oga, not to sack me, through his personal lawyer Jiggy, than adding to my current depression of pressurising him to send me off (sic),” he wrote.


“What would be you people’s gains, after good nine years? I never knew of the gravity of my actions, until Ubi Franklin personally called to tell me. I’m very sorry sir.”

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