Umarudeen Kayode a.k.a Tyconne , Davido’screw member who was arrested, arraigned in court and imprisoned for assaulting airport officials at Murtala Mohammed International Airport on January 11th following an argument over verification of luggage, has been released from Kirikiri prison after spending 7 days in the holding capacity.
Kayode, a former US military officer who was arraigned in an Ikeja Magistrate court and charged for assault, breach of public peace and resisting arrest, was released after meeting his bail condition of #50,000.
Recall that after his imprisonment, details ofKayodeemerged and they include;
new details Davido’s crew member, Kayode aka Tyconne has emerged and here are they;
1.He’s a former US Soldier. – which explains why he was able to beat up the airport officials (Single Handedly) who allegedly couldn’t subdue him easily.
2.He served in war torn Afghanistan for a full year after volunteering…This was between 2015 – 2016.
Kayode who punched a Checkpoint staff on the face, resisted arrest and pummeled another airport security staff, injuring an Assistant Customs Comptroller in the process, on January 12th, was granted bail after he was arraigned before an Ikeja Magistrate court and charged for assault, breach of public peace and resisting arrest.
The assault incident occurred when officials of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Aviation Security (AVSEC), a department under the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and a staff of Checkport over an attempt to check the tags on the checked luggage of Davido on an Emirates flight.
It was gathered that the incident occurred, shortly after Davido who had arrived the country through an Emirates flight around 5 pm, had 17 checked luggage, which the aides refused to allow the officials of the Checkport verify with the attached tags.
When he seemed uncontrollable, the security officials mobilized and forced the Davido’s crew member to a restricted area within the terminal known as “tango city.” Tango City is a place where touts and unruly persons are detained within the terminal before being transferred to a police station for further a possible interrogation and possible prosecution.