David Hundeyin, a Nigerian investigative journalist, has told the United Nations Human Rights Council that the Bola Tinubu-led government has been taking steps to abduct him from his country of residence, Ghana.
” At the 54th session of the @UNHumanRights Council held in Geneva, I spoke about the Nigerian regime’s ongoing attempt to silence me and put an end to my journalistic work using illegal rendition and diplomatic meddling,” Hundeyin confirmed his X (formerly Twitter) handle.
in a video of the address seen by DopeReporters.com, Hundeyin accused the Tinubu administration of planning to kill him if he is eventually abducted.
Hundeyin had raised the alarm, saying Tinubu should be held responsible if anything happened to him (David) or if he died.
Hundeyin, who said this in a video he personally posted on X platform (formerly Twitter) last week, alleged that President Tinubu was after his life because he revealed the President was allegedly a drug trafficker and certificate forger, which according to him, unveiled Tinubu’s fake reputation.
The journalist who fled Nigeria to Ghana in 2020 and was granted asylum and refugee status in 2022 alleged that Tinubu was using security intelligence to mount pressure on the Ghanaian government to repatriate him to Nigeria and get him killed.