A Nigerian investigative journalist, David Hundeyin, has disclosed that Fuji musician, Wasiu Ayinde, popularly known as Kwam 1, and a road transport worker chieftain, Musiliu Akinsanya (MC Oluomo) have been provided thugs to “travel around the world looking for me.”
The Ghana-based journalist made this known on Saturday on his X platform (formerly Twitter) noting that getting rid of him would not stop the ongoing saga around Nigerian president, Bola Tinubu, nor news platform, West Africa Week, from functioning.
He wrote, “As for @k1theultimate and MC Oluomo who have apparently been tasked with providing thugs and cover for the thugs to travel around the world looking for me, there are 2 things you should know.
“1. Getting rid of me won’t stop the release of your Drug Lord’s FBI file, neither will it stop @WestAfricaWeek from functioning. These things might have started with me, but they are now fully independent of me. You’d merely be cutting off one head on a hydra, and two will replace it.
“2. The question is not whether you’re looking for me. The real question is am I looking for YOU? Because if a single hair on my head is touched, there is a 97% chance you will not live to see the end of that calendar week. I hear that the Hitler of Obiakpor pays very well, but are you going to live long enough to spend that money?”
On September 21, Hundeyin had raised the alarm saying President Tinubu should be held responsible if anything happens to him (David) or if he died.
Hundeyin, who said this in a video he personally posted on X platform (formerly Twitter), had 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.