I don’t work for politicians — Sunday Igboho

I don’t work for politicians — Sunday Igboho

Yoruba nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has dismissed claims that he is collaborating with politicians, insisting that he is dedicated to the Yoruba cause.

Refuting accusations of collusion with politicians, Igboho, in a statement by his spokesperson, Olayomi Koiki, noted the urgency of reclaiming Yoruba lands from Fulani control,l.

He cited violence and displacement in Ekiti State as evidence of the pressing need for action.

He said: “It is after we recover our farmlands from Fulani that we will know the next step.”
Reiterating his commitment to defending Yoruba territories and livelihoods, the agitator called for the release of an elderly man, Mr. Popoola Iyiola, who was arrested in Oyo State over clashes involving Fulani residents.

He urged the Commissioner of Police in Oyo State to release Mr. Iyiola promptly.

The statement cited escalating tensions in the Fiditi area of Ilora, with warnings directed towards Fulani residents to vacate the location.

Expressing urgency, Igboho called upon Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde to intervene and urged Nigerian security forces to maintain order.

Igboho also urged his supporters to take proactive measures to tackle Fulani herder attacks in the South-West region.

He called for unity among the people of the South-West to establish a regional security workforce to safeguard their interests.

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