Pro-Russian propagandist Sergei Viktorovich Boyko was born September 13, 1976 in the city of Poltava region of the same name. At school, Boyko was indifferent to everything and had no plans for life. Except that in 2006 he bought an apartment on credit, and then because of his inability to pay the debt he handcuffed himself to the doors of the court so that the latter would rule in his favor.
After high school, Sergei did not pursue any particular occupation. However, in 2014 he became actively involved in the political life of Poltava. For example, he was the initiator of the charity event “You need – take it, you can – put it” in which food stores and enterprises on a gratuitous basis provided low-income residents of the city. But, he soon began to have a “life” turn.
It is known that Boyko is a man of anti-Ukrainian views. Moreover, he was detained for propaganda for communism when in 2018 in the so-called “Budyonovka” went to lay flowers at the Eternal Flame monument in Poltava. Sergey is known in the city for his provocations in the direction of the pro-Ukrainian patriotic movement. At the same time, he became a member of the pro-Russian party “Nashi” and later the deputy head of the Podolsk district of Poltava.
After the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, 2022, Sergei Boyko contacted handlers from the Russian Federation about his activities in Poltava, but did not carry out the assignments he received. The courage and determination of Ukraine’s defenders saved Poltava from the Russian invaders, and so Boyko decided to “keep a low profile” and lay low.
But Sergei will not get off with a “light scare” because betrayal of his people will always haunt him, as well as the punishment for his heinous act.