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Shola Jay narrates his time in jail after GEJ parody

He said that his time in prison was a blessing in disguise as he had the opportunity to meet with politicians, businessmen and popular journalists

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Shola Jay who spent 90 days in detention for impersonating former President Goodluck Jonathan in his parody Twitter account, has come out to provide an account of his expertise whereas in jail.

He stated that his time in jail was a blessing in disguise as he had the chance to satisfy with politicians, businessmen and in style journalists and likewise acquire affect in consequence.

Shola Jay made this identified on his Twitter deal with, it reads: “Being arrested might be all you need to get a better life. When I was arrested few months back, I met a lot of business men, politicians, top journalists, I saw Efcc boss, Magu since he was also detained in FCIID abuja. Cells got big connections, not all cells tho.”

Shola jay spent 90 days in detention
Shola Jay

“I remembered after they informed us Hushpuppy & Dbanj is likely to be coming quickly; they’d quite keep again to satisfy hushpuppy than get launched earlier than he arrives. It’s not even humorous cos there’s plenty of life altering alternatives there. Even tho, you’d additionally meet criminals too, you’d decide who to provide viewers to. Me and all these individuals nonetheless converse til at the moment. After I got here out, my worth went up and I been getting gigs/jobs(advertisements & all) greater than I used to.

“Getting extra women than I used to. More cash too.

“The reality is, Once you no commit, God is aware of the right way to flip it to a blessing.

“Mehn, I typed this shitt in a rush however I’m positive you bought the message lol.

“I gained’t even lie, I swear on God. My life has modified for the higher. At this stage, no person may even harass me cos I’m all grown. I’ve the suitable set of individuals to name at any time limit. I understand life otherwise now.

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“All my concern was I’d should battle to get a life and lift money once more however now, it comes simply!!
It’s really not place to be, however you get me tho.

“The trauma/stigma thing is real but on the other side you gotta turn it into a win for yourself.”

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Abudulrasheed Mubarak is a freelance content creator. He starting his writing career in 2011. He is a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi in Urban and Regional Planning.

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