Olusegun Falola, one of the lawyers of Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Igboho, has disclosed why the agitator was initially chained by the Benin Republic security agents. According to Falola, Beninese security agents were told that Igboho could turn into a cat and escape.
See what he said below:
"When I arrived from Paris and got to the custody where Igboho was detained, he was first chained. They were scared that he could just disappear into the thin air because of his mystical powers. The police told me that if Igboho's chains were untied and he escaped mysteriously, he(the police officer) would be stripped of his rank and also dismissed".
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