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Sunday, May 16, 2021

Activist, Sunday Igboho reveals why S.W governors aren't supporting his movement publicly

Nigerian Activist, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as, Sunday Igboho, has revealed why a few South West governors and monarchs aren't supporting the "Yoruba Nation" movement publicly. 



Yesterday, Sunday Igboho, stormed Osogbo, Osun with other agitators of "Oduduwa Nation" to speak his mind. According to him, he says no one in Nigeria can intimidate him. He continued as he questioned those in authority who have said he would be arrested. 

While speaking, Sunday, says that some South West governors and monarchs are in support of the movement, but they can't publicly show support because their allocations won't be given to them anymore. He ended his statement as he said he got full permission from Governor Oyetola before the rally took place in Osun state yesterday. 

He said: "I can’t be cowed or intimidated. They said I would be arrested. Who would dare do that? We are no longer part of Nigeria. We won’t have anything to do with them again. 

There is no election again in Yorubaland until we have a Yoruba nation. Those in authority initially thought we were joking when we demanded an independent Yoruba nation.

"All our governors are with us. From Oyo, Ogun and Ondo to Ekiti, Lagos and Osun, they are supporting us, but they can’t do it openly. Allocation they give them in Abuja may stop if they do it openly. So, don’t abuse them again. Governor Oyetola was informed I will be in Osun and he allowed us to come here. All our monarchs are with us."

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