What Happens to Human Right to Live in Nigeria?

What Happens to Human Right to Live in Nigeria?

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Sadiat Rabiu started this petition to United States Supreme Court and

Killing, brutalisation, oppression and kidnapping of any innocent citizen that challenge the bad governance under the government of president Buhari has become normal in Nigeria.

Sunday Adeniyi Adeyemo (popularly known Sunday Igboho) is an activist, who with alot of Yoruba people are clamouring and advocating for 'Yoruba Nation' in Nigeria.  This man has been supportive to his people, especially whenever they are under attack.  He has been leading peaceful protests to support his movement and there has been no loss of life.  He had planned and announced that there will be a peaceful rally in Lagos state of Nigeria on 3rd July 2021, to support the movement of 'Yoruba Nation', which the government is clearly against.

However, there was a social media live video by a 'lady K', who was in Sunday Igboho's home, on the morning of 1st July 2021, where she reported that the Nigeria Army have attacked the home and they were shooting sporadically. The continuous gun shot was evidenced in the video.  So also, other videos that surfaced on the Internet also confirmed human blood and how they were dragged and taken away by the alleged soldiers.  Sunday Igboho also confirmed everything in a televised interview.  

Please note that the reported attack from the alleged Nigeria Army came hours to the planned rally for the succession of 'Yoruba Nation' in Lagos state Nigeria. 

Looking closely, the modus operandi in this situation is very similar to that of the mascara that happened during the End SARS protest in Lekki Tollgate in Lagos states, on the night of 20th October 2020. It was carried out at night and the alleged dead bodies were taken away!  The Nigeria government and its Army need to provide HONEST answers.

 

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