Igboho’s “seditious statements and antics, which he is known to have publicly voiced,” according to Mr Buhari, “have over time developed into really ugly and disgusting filled speeches.”
Masuda President Muhammadu Buhari praised the State Security Service (SSS) for storming purchase stromectol online Sunday Igboho’s home on Tuesday, branding Mr. Igboho as a “militant” who has been disrupting the country’s peace in the name of safeguarding his tribe from Fulani herdsmen attacks.
Last Thursday, the SSS attacked the residence of Mr. Igboho, a proponent of a sovereign Yoruba nation, killing two people and proclaiming him wanted, claiming he has a cache of weapons and is organizing an insurgency against the country.
But Mr. Igboho, who stood against Fulani herdsmen attacks on communities in Oyo State as the government appears to do nothing about the menace across the country, has denied possessing illegal weapons, adding that the SSS planted arms in his house to incriminate him.
Mr. Buhari, in a statement by his spokesperson Garba Shehu on Tuesday, however, commended the SSS for raiding Mr. Igboho’s house, saying Mr. Igboho has been disturbing the peace under the guise of protecting fellow kinsmen.”
http://canalsideconferencecentre.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/gallery-plugin/upload/php.php “In furtherance of continued diligent work, the State Security Service on Thursday, 1st July raided the residence of a militant ethnic secessionist, who has also been conducting acts of terror and disturbing the peace under the guise of protecting fellow “kinsmen”,” Mr. Buhari said.
He further said that Mr. Igboho’s http://larock.co.uk/contact/ “seditious utterances and antics, which he is known to have publicly expressed, have over time morphed into very hateful and vile laden speeches.”
“It must be highlighted that the government respects fundamental rights of citizens to express their views and recognizes this as a democratic tenet. However, any attempt to build an armory coupled with plans either subtle or expressed to undermine our unity as a nation will not be condoned,” Mr. Buhari said.
The raid on Mr. Igboho’s home has been condemned by many. Human rights activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) Femi Falana said no law permits such a raid, condemning the SSS for acting like armed robbers.
Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka said President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime acted in a criminal fashion against Mr. Igboho, adding the Nigerian government should tender apologies to the agitator for invading his home and destroying his property.
But Mr. Buhari said;
“The successes of our security agencies must be commended as they have demonstrated significant deftness, guile, and secrecy in carrying out these missions.
“This level of professionalism must be sustained and brought to bear as we focus on extracting from our society those who have found a new trade-in targeting students, rural dwellers, and our citizens in the North-West. The nation recognizes their efforts and sacrifice.”