In today's politics, one needs to proceed with any political activity with absolute caution. The politics in Nigeria is no doubt an exception to these, and it is more necessary for everyone who wishes to fight for a better future to be more careful, due to the already existing insecurity challenges facing the nation.
However, over the past months, Chief Sunday Igboho and his aides have been the center of attention in the media, due to their unique roles in the country. The circumstances surrounding, and their likely fate has no doubt been the thoughts of every Nigerian.
According to the latest report, the State Security Service on Wednesday told the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court that armed robbers have carted away the case file of Sunday Igboho’s supporters who have been in custody since the brutal invasion of their residence in Ibadan weeks ago.
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According to People's Gazette News who posted it on their verified social media page, a lawyer representing the SSS told Justice Obiora Egwuatu that the incident came when armed robbers operating a one-chance cartel stole attacked an official in charge of the documents, adding that the matter should be adjourned, but the court has yet to accede to the request as of the time of filing this report.
Recall that DSS on the 1st of July raided the Ibadan, Oyo State, home of the activist, killing two and arrested 12 of his aides. Igboho later fled to the Republic of Benin where he was arrested alongside his wife on July 19, 2021, by the International Criminal Police Organisation at the Cadjehoun Airport in Cotonou on their way to Germany.
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