DSS charged blogger who streamed Igboho’s home attack on Facebook of terrorism
The Department of State Services has documented psychological oppression charges against Amudat Babatunde, a female blogger who did a Facebook Live around 2am on July 1, 2021, when the DSS in a joint activity with sister organizations struck the Ibadan home of Yoruba Nation fomenter Sunday Adeyemo otherwise called Sunday Igboho.
Babatunde and Noah Oyetunji (male) are two of the 12 kept helpers of the dissident yet to be delivered by the mysterious police notwithstanding that a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on August 4, 2021 had conceded them bail.
Known as ‘Woman K ifeoluwa show’ on Facebook, the blogger with more than 17,000 supporters had turned on her Facebook Live on the 12 PM of July 1 during the strike of Igboho’s home by the Nigerian security powers.
Situated on a bed in a room in one of the condos in Igboho’s home in the Soka space of Ibadan, a dread torn Lady K had made a 12-minute video, alarming the world that DSS agents had “assaulted” the home of her chief.
In the video which is as yet on her Facebook page as of the hour of documenting this report, a frightened Lady K had said, “Kindly offer this video, fighters have assaulted Chief Sunday Igboho’s home. We are enduring an onslaught. Nigerian warriors have assaulted us at Chief Sunday Igboho’s home.
“You can hear the discharges. This is about 2am. They have been going for more than 10 minutes now. I needed to affirm it prior to coming on this Live. I heard their shots from my rest. I can’t come out at this point. They advised me not to come out but rather alert the world through this Facebook Live.”
Igboho’s representative, Olayomi Koiki, had likewise claimed that the DSS eliminated the shut circuit TV in his chief’s home after the attack, a charge the DSS has not denied.
Woman K was supposed to be an individual from the media group of the Yoruba Nation pointed stone before the DSS captured her close by 11 others during the assault. The mysterious police likewise said its agents killed two different partners of the extremist during a “weapon duel”.
Woman K and 11 others had moved toward the court through their attorneys to practice their established rights to opportunity.
Equity Obiora Egwuatu of the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja had on August 4, 2021, allowed bail to the 12 prisoners yet the DSS liberated 10 of them last week and kept down the blogger and Oyetunji after more than 60 days in confinement following their capture since July 1.
One of the prisoners’ legal counselor, Pelumi Olajengbesi, had engaged the DSS to regard court requests and delivery Lady K and Oyetunji on bail while three Senior Advocates of Nigeria – Femi Falana, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa and Ifedayo Adedipe – had said that the DSS was welcoming turmoil and rebellion into the country by not complying with the request for the arrival of the prisoners.
Olajengbesi had likewise taken steps to initiate disdain of court procedures against the DSS chief general, Yusuf Bichi.
Nonetheless, in a suit stamped FHC/ABJ/CR/305/2021, which was dated August 31, 2021, the DSS through one of its legal counselors, S.M. Bello, documented five psychological warfare charges against Oyetunji and Babatunde otherwise called Lady K.
The DSS asserted that Oyetunji and Lady K were in control of guns for psychological warfare related exercises while it explicitly affirmed that Lady K advanced fear monger acts through her Facebook account.
“That you Amudat Habibat Babatunde (f) grown-up of Okeara of Ibadan, Oyo State utilized your Facebook account as a stage to elevate psychological militant exercises in opposition to Section 18 (1 &2) of the Cybercrimes Prohibition Prevention Act 2015,” check five on the charge sheet read.
The court has not fixed any date for the meeting.
Be that as it may, responding in a talk with The PUNCH, Olajengbesi depicted the charges as “outlandish, vexatious, despicable and without appendages.”
Igboho, needed by the DSS for supposed arms dealing, has been in detainment in Cotonou, Benin Republic, since July 19, 2021, when he was captured at an air terminal as he attempted to load up a Germany-bound flight.