I’ll Continue Fighting Against Injustice in S-West — Sunday Igboho

Says when the Fulani herders were slaughtering our people, I was against it in the South West and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu stood up against them in the South East.
Sunday Igboho
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Yoruba nation self-determination activist and agitator, Sunday Adeniyi Adeyemo, otherwise known as Sunday Igboho, has pledged to continue protecting his people against attackers.

This was revealed by him at Igboho town during the funeral service of his mother, who died last year when he was away from the country.

It would be recalled that Igboho ran away from Nigeria on July 1, 2021, when combined security agents attacked his Soka home in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, killing two persons, while 13 of his supporters were apprehended. Igboho was later nabbed in the Benin Republic while trying to depart to Germany.

However, the Yoruba nation agitator was later granted bail by the Beninoise government.

Igboho affirmed that he led the protests against the killing of his people when everyone in the West were silent.

Commenting on the attack on his home during the immediate past administration, he elaborated how Nigeria's former President, Muhammadu Buhari allegedly wanted to kill him.

Igboho said: “Buhari wanted to kill me. Our elders and Traditional rulers were all scared to speak. They were scared of Former President Buhari. When the Fulani herdsmen were slaughtering our people, I was against it in the South West and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu stood up against them in the South East. I said one Nigeria wouldn’t work because our leaders were using deceit to govern us.”

Consequently, Igboho stressed that he would always defend his people against invaders. He pledged to assist carefully selected security guards that would protect his people in their farms against invaders.

Igboho said, Our fathers and mothers can’t go to farms any longer. I want them to go to their farms without being kidnapped, murdered, injured, or raped. So, let us have our security and drive away the killers from our farms.

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