Richmond C. Amadi is an independent journalist, Book Publisher, member of RSU Alumni, Researcher (currently researching with Researchgate.net), Writer, Motivational Speaker. He is a BSc Holder in Office and Information Management, and Diploma holder in Management all from Rivers State University. Currently doing his MSc with RSU. Contact him on Richmond.firstname.lastname@example.org or Amadirichmondc@gmail.com All Social Platforms: @amadirichmondc
BREAKING: Security Agents Arrests Sunday Igboho
A developing report said the fleeing Yoruba agitator, Sunday Igboho has been apprehended by the Cotonou security operative lately on Monday, Sahara Reporters noted.
Yoruba-born freedom fighter, Sunday Adeyemo, was arrested in the Benin Republic while trying to evade arrest by Nigeria.
According to a source close to the online tabloid, Sahara, Igboho was on undisclosed escape to Germany after processing his documents before he was intercepted.
The report maintained that his apprehension happened in the neighbouring country.
This is coming two weeks after the Department of State Service declared him wanted after a failed invitation to the nearest police station.
Recall, joint security agents earlier in July executed a bloody raid on his house in Ibadan, two lives were lost and many others were arrested.
Human rights activist had called on Yoruba leaders to stand behind the embattled agitator, noting that his crime is not more than Herdsmen killing innocent Nigerians and still receive monetary treatment from the government.
Meanwhile, the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu had been under DSS detention since late June after a believed unlawful arrest in Kenya.
Kanu’s arrest which is said to be a rendition has sparked uproar across the globe, calling for his immediate release.
Despite failing to give official details on how the IPOB leader who is a British Citizen, was picked, the federal government had also blocked Kanu from appending signature on major documents permitting British Consular into his case.