Sunday Igboho, the embattled Yoruba nation activist, has assessed the losses caused during the DSS raid on his Ibadan flat on July 1 at N500 million.
In a letter to the Federal government, Igboho stated this through his lawyer, Chief Yomi Alliyu (SAN). In his letter, the activist demanded a public apology for what he called a violation of his fundamental rights during the raid on his home, as well as an investigation into the security officials’ actions.
Alliyu said that those caught in Igboho’s home were tortured in order to incriminate him, and that rifles and ammunition were found in his home.
“Sunday Igboho knew he was going to be arrested one day, so he hired us. He couldn’t possibly be that stupid to have incriminating items in his home!
“Our client’s home is a five-bedroom duplex with five two- and three-bedroom cabins. These were completely destroyed, with agents allegedly debating whether or not to burn down the structure, as they had done with his prior opulent home. The female officer is said to have stood firm against arson.”