BREAKING: DSS Arrests Lawyer at Presidential Villa gate Throughout ‘One Man Protest’ towards insecurity
A Lagos State-based lawyer and activist, Malcolm Omirhobo, has been arrested on the Presidential Villa gate in Abuja by the operatives of the Division of State Companies whereas embarking on a “one-man protest” towards the killing of a minimum of 43 farmers in Borno State.
The lawyer, who arrived on the gate at about 9 am and clad in a personalized T-Shirt with an inscription, “Cease The Genocide” alongside some journalists, was whisked away by the officers in a Gestapo method.
Omirhobo had come to the villa gate to protest towards the grotesque killing of the rice and fish farmers in Zabarmari group.
The activist was stopped by the policemen connected to the gate close to the Federal Secretariat whereas heading towards the Presidential Villa.
An argument ensued within the course of because the lawyer insisted on seeing President Muhammadu Buhari as a way to inform him to cease the carnage and the mindless killing of Nigerians within the nation.
The police put a name to one among their superior officers, Hadejia, who appealed and pacified Omirhobo to put in writing a proper letter if he needed to have an viewers with the President.
However bother began when the armed DSS officers arrived on the scene, descended on the activist and harassed the journalists overlaying the scene.
Addressing journalists earlier than his arrest, Omirhobo stated he had come to the Presidential Villa to protest peacefully towards the institutionalised and systemic genocide happening in Nigeria.
He stated, “Approaching the heels of the slaughtering of 110 farmers in Borno State, I’m right here to inform the President that sufficient is sufficient. He ought to cease taking part in the ostrich as a result of the federal government is backing all of the evils perpetrated by these evil folks killing harmless and innocent Nigerians.
“I’m saying it categorically that the federal government is conniving, conspiring and helping this crime towards humanity, and that’s the reason I’m right here to protest. I got here right here now, however the officers are saying that I can not train my rights.”