Vanguard reports that some Yoruba Nation agitators, on Saturday organized a protest in Ibadan, Oyo State, requesting the unequivocal arrival of Chief Sunday Adeyemo prevalently known as Igboho.
The protesters, who assembled before Igboho’s home at Soka region, Ibadan later took the agitation to Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
The protesters, who were generally young people, conveyed notices with different engravings like “Free Sunday Igboho, “he isn’t a fear monger”, “Igboho Ni Mi”, “Yoruba Nation now” and numerous others.
One of the heads of the agitators, Comrade Sola Olalere, who addressed pressmen at the scene, blamed the national government for being behind Igboho’s nonstop confinement, focusing on that the case was distinctive in the battle against banditry and psychological warfare.
Vanguard reports that he has engaged customary rulers in the southwest to speak more loudly and join the mission for the arrival of Sunday Igboho.
“What we are saying to the public authority is that Sunday Igboho is a freedom fighter. He is battling for the general population.
“I’m from Ibarapa and two of my kin were abducted; it was Sunday Igboho that freed us and any place Sunday Igboho drives us is the place where we will go.
“This message ought to go to them as a notice. It’s a fortitude meeting yet we are additionally cautioning the public authority to free Sunday Igboho. It’s conceivable that if they don’t pay attention to us, something different may happen as it did in the east.
“Criminals are killing individuals in the north and they are being paid abundantly with our ward. The majority of this cash is even made in the southwest.
“We don’t need war, that is the reason it’s serene. They should let Igboho be. We realize the Nigerian government is behind Igboho’s trial. They should act before the Yoruba youth will ascend, we are not scared of war,” he added.
Be that as it may, the nonconformists later got back to Igboho’s home where they scattered after the dissent.
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