He was however bailed with N50, 000. This was made known by a Lagos based human right activists Inibehe Effiong in his twitter handle. The lawyer tweeted @InibeheEffiong: “Joachim Iroko Chinakwe, the man who named his dog ‘Buhari’ has done it again. He has just called to inform me that he has named his newly born baby/daughter after the wife of @NGRPresident.
“He has given his 3-day-old baby two names; Mise and Aisha.
“Sincerely, I am short of words. I never for once contemplated this. As a matter of fact, I deliberately refused to ask Iroko what name he intended to give his daughter when he called last Friday, September 2 to intimate me that his wife had given birth, Effiong added.
“I do not know what Nigerians will say about this. It is my prayer that this will not also end him in jail since some names seem to have special protection of the @PoliceNG.
“Let us hope that this is not another conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace,” he tweeted.
This again has generated controversy as some say that the man was looking for cheap publicity while others have the opinion that he is a controversial man who would do all it takes to “ look for trouble”.