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Sunday, January 24, 2021

(Videos) Sunday Igboho's interview with BBC Yoruba is a MUST WATCH

Nigerians are currently hailing activist, Oloye Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, for standing up against illegal invasion and killings from Fulani herdsmen in Ibadan, Oyo state.

According to reports, Governor Seyi Makinde, is totally against Sunday Igboho for speaking up against Fulani herdsmen. According to reports, Seyi had ordered the arrest of anyone who would try to carry out Sunday's threats. He told the Commissioner of Police:

"For people stoking ethnic tension, they are criminals and once you get them, they should be arrested and treated like common criminals."

A few days ago, Sunday Igboho was spotted in Igangan in Ibarapa North Local Government Area of Oyo State, giving warnings to Fulani Herdsmen, with a traditional bulletproof (armour) underneath his top. He also blamed popular Fulani rulers in Oyo State: Saliu Kadri and Seriki for keeping quiet while Fulani herdsmen continue to kill people of Oyo State.

According to reports, angry Yoruba youths stormed Seriki's palace as they destroyed his cars, properties and his Palace. Seriki cried out and his pains were carried out in news by alot of news media houses in Nigeria.

BBC Yoruba granted an interview with Sunday Igboho. He said his mind boldly in the video. Nigerians are currently hailing Sunday for being bold like Nnamdi Kanu, in tackling the evil acts carried out by the Nigerian Government.

According to reports, IGP Adamu Mohammed, had given orders to Oyo Commissioner of Police (CP), Mrs. Ngozi Onadeko, to arrest Sunday Igboho and his followers. IGP ordering the arrest of Sunday was made known by Presidential aide, Garba Shehu during an interview with BBC Hausa. 

According to reports again, President Muhammadu Buhari, had given orders to shoot Sunday Igboho and his followers. 

"The president was briefed on the matter and he said Sunday’s action can disturb public peace and it should stop. We were told from IG’s office that the president has asked for Sunday Igboho and his followers to be shot at sight if they continue pushing to drag Nigeria into a civil war," a police officer told The Peoples' Gazette. 

Videos of Sunday's Interview with BBC Yoruba:

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