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Gunmen attack Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho’s home in Ibadan

The Ibadan, Oyo state home of Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho, was attacked by yet-to-be-identified persons on Monday April 26.

Olayomi Koiki, media aide to the Yoruba nation agitator made the announcement in a Facebook post.

”“Chief Sunday Igboho’s house came under attack this morning 26th April 2021 around 2am with heavy gun shots.”he wrote

In a viral video shared on Facebook, Koiki claimed that the residence of the activist was besieged by men of the Nigeria Army with the aim of arresting the activist. 

”There is a situation right now where the Federal Government of Nigeria tried to invade our residence. We are telling the world that the war that the Federal Government is waiting for might start today.

The war that the Federal Government think they are expecting from the Yoruba people; let’s tell the whole world. As I speak to you, there is an ongoing incident but we are more than capable.

We cannot be caught unguarded. You cannot threaten us. Chief Sunday Igboho is fine.”Koiki said

Recall that security agents had in February this year allegedly attempt to arrest Igboho along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

Igboho has been championing the calls for the creation of the Oduduwa nation. 

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