Human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, says he has survived an assassination try on his life for the second time.
Gwamnishu stated he narrowly escaped from some males in police uniform and a van who wished to gun him down.
According to him, the second try on his life occurred in Asaba, the Delta State capital on Tuesday as he was driving on the freeway, earlier than Asaba International Airport.
He shared the video on his Facebook web page saying he began filming them after he seen they had been on his path of their van.
In the video, the lads in police uniform pointed an AK-47 gun at him, however he swerved to the best facet of the lane to keep away from being killed by the attackers.
He additionally tasked the Delta State Police Command to seek out the folks after his life.
He wrote, “They pointed the gun and pulled the trigger.
“Today I escaped an assassination try by some males wearing black and driving a black Hilux car with the inscription: Police’ (NIGERIA POLICE) totally armed with AK-47 rifle.
“This happened today at 1: 40 pm before the Asaba International Airport. Immediately I noticed I was being trailed, I held my phone with my left hand and drove with my right hand.
“I do not know who they’re or who despatched them. The Delta State Police ought to instantly fish them. This is the second assassination try. My time has not come.”