Following attacks on Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho’s house, it has been reported that some arms were discovered in his house, by the DSS.
However, Igboho has reportedly debunked this in a statement by his spokesperson, Olayemi Koiki, on Friday, disclosing that such arms do not exist in his house.
According to reports, the spokesperson for DSS, Peter Afunaya, had made it known that seven AK-47 rifles were recovered, alongside pump action guns and 5,000 rounds of ammunition, including other weapons, were recovered when DSS raided Igboho’s house, in Soka, Ibadan, Oyo State around 1:00 a.m. on Thursday.
In response to this, Igboho has declared that, “The security operatives who invaded my home either planted the ammunitions being paraded in the media in my home or harvested 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.”
He also made it known that, “In this modern age of technological advancement, why did the security operatives not put on body cameras to record their activities from the point of entry to their time of exit? Their action is a testament that the Buhari regime is incapable of using desperate approaches to silence peaceful social interventions.”