A United Kingdom-based Nigerian man, Adeyinka Grandson, has landed in a jail for promoting anti-Igbo and Fulani sentiments.
Adeyinka was arrested on Tuesday, August 6 by the Scotland Yard Counter Terrorism Command. He was accused of allegedly “stirring racial discrimination” against the Igbo and Fulani ethnic groups and also “encouraging terrorism”. Grandson, who was interviewed for nine hours, before being released, denied the allegations.
However, the UK police seized his passport, two Google phones, one Apple MacBook laptop computer, one tablet, a hard drive, and a draft copy of his new book.