The activist likewise said he pulled off his shirt since one of the DSS agents rough handled him and violently clutched his shirt around his neck zone.
Igboho expressed this on Saturday while including on a radio program, 'City Talks with Reuben Abati'.
Commotion broke out on Friday along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway when Igboho and his allies were en route to meet with 93-year-old Afenifere clan leader, Ayo Adebanjo.
In a viral video, a shirtless Igboho was seen with his men challenging the security agents and throwing expletives Many have since asked why the activist whom many accepted to have magical powers and known to wear customary bulletproof vest was Private during the the face off.
Yet, talking during the radio program checked by The Punch, Igboho said, "Why I pull off my material was that one of the DSS agents viciously clutched my shirt. Along these lines, I chose to pull off the material and offer it to him for us to drag the matter.
"They began shooting when we started to drag the matter. The entire scene was a shame for me. I'm a capable man, I am a Yoruba resident, I am battling for the rights of the Yoruba people. They don't need to humiliate me."
Proceeding, the rights activist said, "I'm a business man. I pay my duty to the Federal Government consistently and I have proof of tax payment. Would it be advisable for me to be going out and about and a few group try to slaughter me? For what? For what reason would that like to kill me in light of the fact that their arrangement on Friday was to kill me. Why?
"There is weakness in the country. Fulani individuals are attacking our kin and murdering our kin in the forests yet the security agents are not going there to defy them. All things being equal, they are offered ransom. It is simply dismal that the government is threatening e very man living calmly in the country. It ought not be so."
Igboho likewise said a joint group of DSS agents, soldiers, and civil defense were on the Friday mission to capture him, taking note of that there was no police officer in the group.
Despite the fact that the DSS denied the Attempted capture yet Yoruba socio-political gathering, Afenifere; Human rights attorney, Femi Falana (SAN), among others have since condemed the DSS Attempt
Igboho became prominent a month ago when he gave an quit notice to herders blamed for various violations in the Ibarapa region of Oyo State and implemented same.
Official representative, Garba Shehu, had said the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, requested the capture of the rights activist yet numerous Nigerians had condemed such move, demanding that the security offices ought to rather bring Popular Islamic researcher, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, who has been seen fraternizing with criminals in the forests of Zamfara and Niger States of late.
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