There are reports that the Ogun State Police Command, yesterday, rearrested Mr. Joe Chinakwe, who named his pet dog Buhari. Following his arrest, the 40-year-old trader may be arraigned in court on Monday. Going by reports, Chinakwe, who was earlier released a few days ago, was picked up again based on its belief that his action could ignite an ethnoreligious crisis. Briefing journalists yesterday, the Ogun State Public Relations Officer, Mr. Abimbola Oyeyemi, said Chinakwe was rearrested yesterday to prevent the state from being plunged into crisis, adding that the complainant and his sympathisers had threatened to kill the suspect. According to Oyeyemi, “The man is here with us. He is at the Criminal Investigation Department. The charge will be prepared here and he will be arraigned at Sango Magistrate Court on Monday. “He is going to court on Monday because what he did was highly provocative. It can cause an ethnic and religious crisis. We have to be proactive, we cannot fold our arms and allow the state to be plunged into crisis. In fact, the arrest was made to save the suspect’s life because the complainant and his group have threatened to kill him if he comes back and this may trigger violence”.