Yoruba Nation campaigners set to resume rally in Sunday Igboho’s hometown

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• Community leader to agitators: shelve plan or face consequences


Barring any last-minute change of date, agitators for the Yoruba Nation have announced plans to resume their protest on Saturday (today), September 11.

The rally is based on solidarity and support for embattled Yoruba Nation agitator Sunday Igboho who is currently in detention in Cotonou.

In the past, Yoruba Nation’s rallies had taken place in Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Lagos and Oyo states respectively.

Igboho’s spokesman, Olayomi Koiki, in a broadcast disclosed that the rally would take place at the hometown of his embattled principal.

Checks by The Nation show Sunday Igboho is from Aladikun compound in Modeke, Igboho, Oyo State.

The 48-year-old agitator who was first detained at the Brigade économique et financière (BEF), is currently at Prison Civile de Cotonou — Cotonou Civil Prison.

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In the last judgment, the Cour De’appal De Cotonou ordered that Igboho should be kept in prison custody.

Koiki said, “Yoruba Nation Rally will be happening in the town of our Father, Chief Sunday Adeyemo Igboho Oosa – Date: 11th of September 2021 – Time: 10:00am Host: Gbogbo Omo Yoruba Agbaye”

A community leader in Igboho has, however, advised the group to shelve the purported visit.

In a telephone interview with The Nation, the community leader who craved anonymity said the group had been told not to come for the rally in Igboho.

He warned that some of  pro-Yoruba Nation bloggers by their activities are attracting enemies to the group due to their reckless statements, warning  that it could jeopardise the interest of the group if care is not taken. “what they do is to attack Yoruba leaders and traditional rulers.”

While admitting that the group sent a delegation to Igboho town, he disclosed that the people of the town made it known to them that they should shelve the visit.

“ What are we going to benefit from the visit? Sunday Igboho is in Cotonou and they have not been able to do anything about it. One of the boys whose  dead body was taken away after being killed, nobody has been able to do anything about it.”

He said their visit would foul the peace the town is currently enjoying.

He disclosed that many Yoruba traditional rulers have distanced themselves from the group because some members of the group are unruly.

“The Yoruba Nation agitators are not welcomed in the town right now because the atmosphere is not conducive for such a visit.

“The Igboho people have told the group not to come and that they would not be entertained.

“The people of the town are not happy right now because of what recently happened to us. The problem is too big for the town right now and it does not have the strength to shoulder it,” the community leader said.

He warned that if the group insists on coming to Igboho, the Yoruba Nation agitators should be ready to bear the consequence of their visit if confronted by the people of the town.”

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