A source with a good knowledge of the incident has spoken on what he saw that transpired while gunmen suspected to be Nigerian soldiers stormed the residence of Yoruba secessionist group leader Sunday Adeyemo, popularly called Sunday Igboho.
SurgeZirc NG has learned that Sunday Igboho’s home which is located in Soka area of Ibadan was unexpectedly invaded by some heavily armed men in the early hours of Monday.
The gunmen reportedly fired several gunshots at the home of Igboho who has been very vocal in speaking against the killing by the Fulani herdsmen in the South-West.
A source close to Igboho, Mr Dapo Salami has revealed how the gunmen stormed the home of the activist.
According to Salami, the gunmen Monday invaded the house around 1.30 am on Monday while adding that they were resisted by the occupants in the building.
He said, “They came exactly 1.30 am.
“They came and they were resisted. I cannot confirm the number of those who came. But, they came and they were resisted.
“We are not suspecting anyone, but we know that some people came.
“They came and they were resisted, that is just it.”