Nigeria no longer safe for me, Akinyele cries out

Ogun State promising politician, Olarewaju Akinyele has lamented the constant threat and harassment to his life from unknown persons, over his view on happenings in the country, especially over the unjust practices of the government of the day.
Akinyele, who has been scampering for safety for his life, said his freedom to live has been under serious threat, after his public criticism of the Buhari-led administration on how it is handling the case of the popular Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho.
He said, “I have been in an active critic of anti-human policies since I have grown as an adult. It is something I frown at as I can’t wrap my head around how a politician seeking public office goes about smiling and waving hands to a people whose votes are needed and shortly after his ascension mutates completely to a being possessed by perverse forces ultimately making him evil.
“Freedom of speech and expression is a fundamental right in a democracy, but I have experienced animalistic confrontations by simply wanting to express this right. The government of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has long failed its litmus test, and there is no gainsaying that it has an unredeemable image as of present, especially with the person of General Muhammadu Buhari as the president,” he added.
Speaking on his ordeal, Akinyele said, “Sometimes in February of 2021, I wrote a piece of how the emergence of Sunday Igboho is inevitable, especially with the lackadaisical attitude of the government towards marauders that hide in the covers of vegetation to perpetrate evil. Men who value cattle more than the radiant innocence of a toddler.
“A clan who put anyone of any race or kind to the sword once they come between them and their livestock. I understand that properties must be protected by every means but the unjust cutting or life by these AK-47 grazers in another man’s settlement is a thing of concern and the preferential treatment of these unidentified men by the Nigerian government will be met with the harshest of criticism even in the pit of hell.
“If a government is docile towards the protection of lives and properties of a region in Nigeria, I think we all share the same responsibility under the command of God to be fruitful, multiply and replenish the earth and this we must do by any means necessary as a people even if it requires taking laws into our own hands. My stance without mincing words, I still stand on this till this day and will never waver unless the government restores the confidence of oneness into the polity. This stance of mine, however, has attracted pests, strange voices, and unwarranted visits into my privacy,” he added.
Akinyele noted that he has since February 8 been receiving strange calls asking him about his present location, adding that, “Calls that ring my phone without speaking for minutes and cuts off. My Assistant, Ogunrinde Olasoji David, can barely walk on the streets without feeling someone is somewhere stalking us.”
“Many times, I have received strange messages on my Twitter page, where an unknown persons ask me where I am at the moment or where do I live without any prior conversations. Some of them have Federal Government ties according to their bio. My associates and I have evaluated what it takes to criticise the Nigerian government and we know the capabilities of Nigerian governments magic from history. I don’t feel safe anymore in a country where I was born and I feel that the government of the day will not stop at silencing anyone or group of people with a contrary view to their approach of governance,” he lamented.
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