There was Tension at Kirikiri Prison, As DSS Operatives Storm the area and arrested a ‘Young Man’ Threatening Osinbajo’s Daughter in a phone threat, Nigeria Government tracked the phone and arrested the culprit
But since the 24th of February 2023, before the presidential election, There has been a threat on the lives of Igbos, mostly in Lagos state, their properties, and shops have been destroyed, burnt, Igbos have been beaten with canes, humiliated followed with, The Lagos State Parks Management Committee Chairman, Musiliu Akinsanya, also known as MC Oluomo threat, He personally, issued a threat to Igbos and Another Owo pastor threatens the Igbos to leave Lagos all these were done on video, let alone other Apc paid agents on WhatsApp groups and social media.
MC Oluomo repeated the threat again, before the governorship election on 16th march, threatening the Igbo people to stay at home during the governorship election in Lagos on Saturday if they do not want to vote for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) candidates, Nigeria police, the Nigeria Police Force spokesman in Lagos, Adejobi Olumuyiwa, described the threat by MC Oluomo against Igbos as a joke, in actual facts, it was not a joke, as Igbos were seen, stopped from votings, beaten and flogged on election day, 18th of march which extended till 20th march mostly around Ojo area. the elders of Yorubs in Lagos started Oro festival threatening the lives of Igbos and no arrest.
Bayo Onanuga issued a warning to the Igbos, He said, “Let 2023 be the last time of Igbo interference in Lagos politics. Let there be no repeat in 2027. Lagos is like Anambra, Imo, or any Nigerian state. It is not No Man’s Land, not Federal Capital Territory. It is Yoruba land. Mind your business.” after online bashing, he said, I Owe Nobody An Apology For Warning Igbos Not To Interfere In Lagos Politics; They Are A Threat To Yoruba People –Onanuga said again.
And, no one arrest has been made and one will still say this is one Nigeria, certainly not. But
There was tension at the Kirikiri prison in Apapa, Lagos when operatives of the Department of state services (DSS) stormed its premises and apprehended an inmate described as “a slim young man”.
A large number of operatives of the secret police had stormed the penitentiary last week in search of the fellow threatening one of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s daughters.
Daily Post learned on Monday night that the VP’s second daughter Kiki was the target of “a serious threat to life”.
It was gathered that the security agents had arrived and stormed the prison on Sunday, March 12, and completed the mission after a 72-hour presence which saw staff and visitors face additional scrutiny before entry or exit.
Sources revealed that after days of tactics, patrol, and intelligence gathering that involved the questioning of the culprit’s father, the operatives succeeded in locating him.
A source told Daily Post: “They didn’t leave until the operation was completed. The order from the headquarters was to find the person(s) behind the threat by all means necessary.
“The phone used was under surveillance; he was eventually found at the Medium Security Prison last Tuesday or Wednesday. Before then, the agents had gone from cell to cell.”
Following the end of the operation, the top brass of the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS) dispatched a special team to the prison on Thursday.
The “external officers” were said to have thoroughly combed different cells for hours, confiscating sim cards, undeclared cash, phones, and other prohibited items found.
“A shake-up is expected. What happened will most likely result in the transfer of some personnel out of Kirikiri,” a prison officer hinted.
Sincetgeexistence of where he condemned the unfair treatment handed to the South-East by concentrating power in the northern region.
Since After the war, Igbos have been discriminated against, profiled, killed, and their source of livelihood destroyed nationwide in any slightest provocation, Igbos have been treated like strangers in their own country. the Igbo region has been treated with a sense no belonging, the unfair treatment handed to the South-East by concentrating power in the northern and south-west is too much and in different occasion they have demanded to leave but Nigeria refused, you can’t keep treating the Igbos like they are strangers and still refused then to leave.