The Department of State Services operatives have continued to dehumanise the feminine amongst 13 arrested aides of Yoruba activist, Sunday Adeyemo, in any other case often known as Sunday Igboho, refusing to permit her to vary her underwear.
SaharaReporters learnt that since July 2 after they have been rounded up and brought to the DSS facility in Abuja, the operatives had refused to permit the girl, Amoda Babatunde, also called Lady Okay, have entry to new garments.
The operatives slightly insist she washes the garments on her, dries and wears them.
Sources on the DSS detention camp added that the operatives watch as Lady Okay is compelled to strip herself; wash her garments and dry them exterior whereas she waits whereas being bare until they dry.
The DSS on July 1 raided Igboho’s residence in Ibadan, Oyo State, arrested 13 of his aides and killed two others.
Those arrested at Igboho’s residence alongside her embrace Abdulateef Ofeyagbe, Tajudeen Erinoyen, Diakola Ademola, Abideen Shittu, Jamiu Noah, Ayobami Donald, Adelabe Usman, Oluwapelumi Kunle, Raji Kazeem, Taiwo Opeyemi, and Bamidele Sunday.
“They have denied the lady in their midst change of clothes. They make her wash her clothes and wait for them to be dry before wearing them again. They refused to allow their lawyers to give them clothes, especially undergarments.
“She is being treated in a dehumanising manner. She will have to go naked, wash her clothes, wait for them to dry before putting them back on in front of male guards,” the supply lamented.
The DSS threw professionalism to the mud when its group of safety operatives stormed Igboho’s residence in Ibadan and arrested the 13 individuals.
Parading the suspects on the nationwide headquarters of the key police, the DSS spokesman, Peter Afunaya, stated the safety group was engaged in a gun duel by 9 males suspected to be Igboho’s guards.
SaharaReporters had reported that no fewer than 19 conventional rulers within the South-West area later known as for the speedy launch of the aides of the Yoruba activist.
The monarchs, underneath the aegis of Forum of the Yoruba Obas, additionally demanded compensation for the households of these killed through the raid.
The conventional rulers in a press release titled, ‘The Position of the Forum of Yoruba Obas on the Recent Invasion of Sunday Adeyemo’s home by the operatives of the DSS and the State of the Nation,’ described the invasion of Igboho’s dwelling and killing of his aides as an infringement of their basic human rights.
The assertion was signed by the President of the discussion board and Molokun of Atijere Kingdom, Ondo State, Oba Samuel Adeoye (Edema I); its General Secretary, Dr Abdulrasaq Abioye, Olukotun of Ikotun Ile, Kwara State; and 17 others.
The monarchs had stated, “We strongly condemn in its entirety the invasion and the gruesome murder of the people at Sunday Igboho’s house on July 1, 2021.
“We believe the killing by the officers of the DSS is unwarranted and unjustifiable, a violent breach of the fundamental right of those who were killed by the overzealous officers in Sunday Adeyemo’s house. We hereby call for the immediate release of those arrested at his residence. We demand that there must be adequate compensation for the family of those people who were murdered during the operation.”