Lagos State House of Assembly Majority Leader Sanai (SOB) Agunbiade said he planned to distribute the photographs taken at his home in Ikorodu on Friday, October 23.
A mob stormed his apartment and looted food and other items from which he could lay his hands.
In a statement released on social media, Agunbiade, representing Ikorodu Constituency 1, said he had gained insight into the planned attack, but thought it was a rumor. He said he had received palliatives and many other items from well-meaning Nigerians and planned to hand them over to members of his district today, October 25.
His statement read:
Violent attack on my house: Thank you Kororodu.
To God be the glory that the violent raid on my home on October 23, and the great destruction of everything in it did not record the deaths of people.
I received intelligence reports about the plot to extinguish me early, but I dismissed it as baseless rumors. Moreso, I was not ready to have security personnel nearby so that no lives could be lost. I trusted God’s plan for my life.
But to those who have participated in and supported the free massacre without political affiliation, I say ‘thank you.’ We know ourselves in Ikorodu, but God reigns supreme. God will restore the hand of all who are involved in this attack in due measure.
It makes me happy to be alive to see the 2020 anniversary of my birthday on Sunday 25 October. The plan to get rid of me before my birthday failed. To God be the glory.
Let it be known that at the peak of the 19 plagues, I personally distributed the good things to the people I was with more than three (3) times with my money and recently, my team also shared the poorest citizens of Ikorodu. All of these and many other efforts are aimed at taking care of my sections of public knowledge as we have a way to ensure a clear promotion of the beneficiaries.
And on my twelfth day on October 25, 2020, I, through my Media team, announced my intention to support the 50 widows who have already been nominated by various groups in a program called Widows Mite for Widows and distributed to other vulnerable and poor people in all local district councils. sami, some exciting things donated by the state and federal government, and me. Those are the things that were stolen from my house yesterday. Alhamdullilah.
My ministry in Ikorodu from my youth to the present time has already been informed by the skeptics and remains unchanged. God knows I do not deserve the treatment I suffer for the perpetrators of this politically motivated attack and their supporters, but I seek comfort from God.
It is true that no one will invade the property of a madman, but people who regularly watch are always insulted. Friday’s bead event is scary but it’s like a happy dolphin in the midst of big waves and a terrible storm, I’m stable and my faith in God’s grace and mercy is so great.
It is true that no one will invade the property of a madman, but people who watch are always insulted. Friday’s bead event is scary but it’s like a happy dolphin in the midst of big waves and a terrible storm, I’m stable and my faith in God’s grace and mercy is so great.
The robbers are certainly not the #Endsars protesters because the youth of Ikorodu have taken part in a peaceful and orderly protest. The perpetrators of the attack on my house are a group of attackers on machines aimed at my life. They stole my family certificates and travel documents. They emptied my closet and my wife’s room with other valuables… a day-long robbery! But thank God.
Nigerian politics is very profitable! Coror has done me a favor, thank you.
For all this, I thank God for saving lives. I thank God for His infinite mercy and grace.
SOB will not go down, no matter how hard you try because God is my weapon. In any case, Ise Oluwa n tesiwaju insha Allah!
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I was planning to share the looted COVID19 palliatives on my birthday- Lawmaker, SOB Agunbiade The majority leader in the Lagos State House of Assembly Majority Leader, Sanai (SOB) Agunbiade has said that he was planning to distribute the palliatives looted from his home in Ikorodu on Friday, October 23. In a statement released on social media, Agunbiade who represents Ikorodu Constituency 1, said he got intelligence of the planned attack, but thought it was a rumour. He said he received the palliatives from the state and local governments and had planned to distribute them to members of his constituency today October 25.