Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo (aka Sunday Igboho), has insisted he is not into stockpiling arms and ammunition.
Igboho admits he protects himself with spiritual powers and not with guns.
According to him, the guns the DSS allegedly recovered from his house during Thursday’s raid, were not his.
In a statement by his spokesperson Olayomi Koiki, on Friday evening, Igboho said, “Nigerians and the international community should please be aware that the security operatives that invaded my home either planted the ammunitions being paraded in the media in my home or harvest them from their armoury to frame me. The arms paraded are not mine, they are government magic. I protect myself with traditional powers, not with guns.”
While saying he wanted to set the records straight, Adeyemo noted that the invasion of his residence was done without a search warrant, saying “I was not invited for questioning/investigation at any government facility before the invasion.”
According to him, “the failure of President Muhammadu Buhari and his government to curb the criminal activities of the murderous herdsmen necessitated my intervention.”
Sunday Igboho said he ordinarily would not have intervened if government had lived up to its responsibility of securing the Southwest and Nigeria at large.
He stated that his intervention has not led to any loss of life or bloodshed, adding that “My means of curbing criminality is to chase the criminal Fulani herdsmen out of their hideouts in company of the people of the affected communities.”
Sunday, who has been declared wanted by the DSS maintained that he has never moved against the peaceful Fulani’s and other tribes living peacefully in the Southwest, expressing worries that “My unjust persecution for defending my people and community is therefore surprising and unwarranted.”
The detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has recounted how he was allegedly tortured by Kenyan authorities for eight days.
Kanu revealed the details to his lawyer, Mr. Ifeanyi Ejiofor.
Ejiofor visited the IPOB leader at the custody of the Department of State Service, DSS, on Friday.
Shortly after his visit, Ejiofor said his client was arrested in Kenya on June 18 but was detained and tortured until last Sunday when he was flown back to the country.
His statement posted on Facebook read:
"Update on meeting with MNK today, 2nd July 2021:
My Client - Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, was actually abducted by the accursed...
Controversial Big Brother Naija former housemate, and mother of one, Katrina Jones, better known as Ka3na, has finally embraced all the nicknames given to her by her fans, followers and trolls.
Ka3na who made the rounds days ago after the revealed every detail of the sexual activity she had with fellow housemate, Praise in the BBNaija house took to her Instagram page to share a photo of herself as she embraced all the labels.
The acclaimed 'Boss lady' who is also known to have a heavy accent took to her verified Instagram page and wrote, "The Boss Of All QUEENS. Mrs Jones, Mummy Lila, Chief Executive Officer, Reality Star, First Lady, Rich Auntie, Content Queen, Accent Queen. Shilling Queen (for me). You can add to the list you CANT take from it."
Social media platform, Instagram has once again deleted Nigerian singer turned Instagram blogger, Tunde Ednut's account.
This comes after his former account (@tundeednut) with almost 3 million followers was deleted.
Tunde Ednut opened another account (@kingtundeednut) and gained over 1.4 million followers, but the new account has also been deleted.
Although the real reason for the deletion of the account is not known yet, according to speculations, the account was deleted over violation of copyright rules.
His first account, was reportedly deleted over copyright claims, alleged bullying and online harassments.
However, he has also opened a new account and Nigerian celebrities who are close to him have taken to their own page to promote his new...