By Adeola Aderounmu
It is important to record things just the way they are so that those who attempt to twist events and what transpired in our life time are put to shame. Since 2006, this blog continues to record some of the key events in Nigerian history and the zeal to put things in the correct perspective for the sake of the unborn generations grows stronger.
More so when all the newspapers in Nigeria are under heavy surveillance and they face the danger of extinction or permanent lock down if they print stuffs the way the dictators in Nigerian government feel are unpleasant.
On July 1 2021, Nigerian Army, The secret police (DSS) and some french-speaking mercenary most likely from Chad and Nigeria attacked the home of Sunday Igboho with the sole aim of killing him. They arrived at about 1.a.m when the occupants of the house were asleep. The assassins doing the bid of the Buhari-Osinbajo government destroyed the CCTV to conceal or hide the assassination. In previous weeks, Buhari had promised to send soldiers and police after those of us who are seeking self-determination.
The useless Nigerian media continue to call us secessionists. Sometimes they call us agitators. You will understand that the government have a heavy influence on what is printed or published in the media spaces. For the generations unborn, when you read this: we sought self-determination under international recommendations and accepted principles. No violence whatsoever, we followed laid down principles, and they are lawful.
However the Nigerian government and the APC criminal organisation especially made it look like we are criminals or outlaws.
In this post, you will find video of the aftermath of the deadly assault on the Ibadan home of Sunday Igboho. A young man who stays beside Igboho as his bodyguard was shot severally but when he refused to die, they assassins descended on him and tore him to pieces.
They dragged his body to their vehicle and you can see his blood all over the floor. They could not leave his dead body behind because of the manner of his death. In fact, if Sunday Igboho got killed, the plan was to blame his death on unknown soldiers/unknown gunmen.
But Igboho survived and could tell the story of what had happened. Also there was a live streaming from the house when the attackers arrived. The lady who vlogs from Igboho’s house was kidnapped along with a dozen others.
So after failing in the assassination attempt, the Nigerian government kidnapped more than a dozen person from the house of Sunday Igboho.
I will update this post if necessary but for now, watch some of the videos and images connected with the assassination.