The Department of State Security Services(DSS) has files charges against two supporters of Yoruba Agitator, Sunday Adeyemo better known as Sunday Igboho.
The agency in suit number FHC/ABJ/CR/305 /2021 dated August 31, 2021, preferred a five-count terrorism charge against Noah Oyetunji and Amudat Babatunde.
The suit was filed through the DSS lawyer, SM Bello.
According to DSS, Oyetunji was allegedly in possession of firearms for terrorism-related activities while Babatunde promoted terrorist acts through her Facebook account.
The court is yet to fix a date for a hearing.
On July 1, DSS raided the residence of Igboho in Ibadan and arrested 12 of his supporters. The arrested supporters were moved to the federal capital territory (FCT ), where they were kept in detention.
The federal high court judge, Obiora Egwatu granted bail to the supporter. But the DSS filed an appeal challenging the bail granted to four out of the 12 persons.
According to the DSS counsel, Idowu Awo , the four persons were still under investigation.
On August 30, the DSS released eight of Igboho supporters. The Cable reports that two other persons have regained freedom, leaving two in detention.