I Can't Trade Words With a Common Street Boy - Emeka Ike Blasts Segun Arinze

15/Oct/2015   //    Viewers:769    //    Likes:    //    Shares:    //    Comments:


Following Segun Arinze's comment on the controversial AGN presidency, Emeka Ike, has noted that the actor should be locked up in jail considering his roles in the AGN.
Reacting to a comment by Nollywood actor, Segun Arinze on the controversial AGN presidency, fellow actor, Emeka Ike, has said that the actor should be locked up in jail considering his roles in the AGN.
It can be recalled that recently, the bulgy-eyed actor had said Emeka should grow up and stop parading himself as the President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria.
Emeka has now reacted to the statement, saying Segun was simply cursing himself in the report he had termed biased, adding that Segun is an illiterate who is bereaved of basic understanding of the law.
"I heard Segun Arinze was interviewed and he said so many things about me and nobody asked me for my own side. I don’t think it was a balanced report.
"Segun Arinze did not say anything meaningful, he was just cursing himself. That is not how to handle legal matters. In legal matters, we take things from the law’s point of view. 
"Segun that is talking to the journalist is supposed to be behind bars because he committed a crime that should have sent him to jail."
The embattled father of four further noted that there was an order that he violated by bringing in Ibinabo as the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria. "I have been saying this since. That is why Ibinabo’s tenure was called contentious," Emeka noted.
He said trading words with Segun will be a waste of time since he has been unable to read and understand the legal terms of the court order.
"I cannot be trading words with a common street boy because if you did not go to school, you cannot understand some legal issues. So, he cannot assess the judgment of the court of law.
"Why should we the educated people allow market people to talk? I am a very cerebral person and I don’t deal with men who cannot read and do not understand the legalities of the paper they have in their hand."

Source: Tori

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