Ganiyu Kehinde, the online comedian fondly called Ijoba Lande, has resurfaced — after he was declared missing for days.
On Tuesday, Lande’s wife lamented he had been missing since he left home on Sunday night.
She said the case was reported to the police station. She also pleaded that anyone with information about his whereabouts should share.
However, in an Instagram post on Thursday morning, March 30, Lande was spotted coming out of a vehicle.
He was accompanied by his wife and some other people who appeared to be clerics.
Lande also broke down in tears as he stepped into a house where some people gathered to welcome him.
The skit-maker captioned the post with an appreciation message to well-wishers.
“Thank you,” he wrote.
In another news, Comedian, and filmmaker AY has said most celebrities are frightened to speak out publicly in support of their preferred candidate during elections.
He explained that people often put celebrities under undue pressure during the election period.
AY stated that even when celebrities are bold enough to support a candidate, they are often criticised by others who have selfish interests.