The Spokesperson for the Nigerian Army, Onyema Nwachukwu, has denied that troops from the military invaded the residence of an agitator for Yoruba Nation, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho in Ibadan earlier on Thursday.
Nwachukwu stated he was not conscious of the incident, including that the Nigerian Army didn’t perform any assault on the Yoruba Nation agitator as claimed, Peoples Gazette experiences.
“There’s nothing like that, I don’t have that information. Soldiers did not carry out an attack on Igboho,” Mr Nwachukwu stated over the phone.
It was gathered that males wearing army uniform attacked the home at about 1: 30 am, destroying priceless property within the constructing.
Footage from the scene of the incident, shared by loyalists of the agitator, additionally contained blood spills within the activist’s residence and automobiles destroyed.
But the military has a historical past of denying such incidents identical to it occurred with the assault on peaceable protesters on the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos on October 20, 2020.
The military initially denied ever being there however later stated his males have been solely there with rubber bullets. Thereafter, it modified its story and admitted that reside bullets have been certainly taken to the venue of the peaceable protest.