Connect with us

News

Wonder Shall Never End! After The Inspector General Of Police Sent An Invitation Letter To Sunday Igboho, See What Sunday Did (Details below)

Published

on

The agitation of the Yoruba nation seems to be getting interesting as the day goes by. it no longer strange news to Nigeria when it comes to the situation of new nations by the Igbos and the Yorubas. self- acclaimed freedom fighter and Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemi is popularly known as Sunday Igboho, have been the lead man in the struggle for the actualization of the Yoruba nation.


Sunday Igboho rose to the limelight after he issued quit notice to Fulani herdsmen in Ibadan to leave the territory in Ibadan.

Early hours of today, Reports state that Sunday Igboho was been invited by the inspector general of police IGP Adamu Musa to Abuja for some undisclosed meeting.

According to Sunday’ s spokesman Olayomi Adekunle, Kioki who spoke to newsmen revealed that The Inspector General Of Police sent an invitation letter to Sunday boho but he refused to collect the letter from the police officers that brought the letter because of the late Dele Giwa who was murdered by a letter bomb.

Sunday Igbo through his media aid ask the inspector general of police to make a public announcement on media if he wants to invite him. stating that he’ s not ready to die like Dele Giwa that was killed with a letter bomb.

READ ALSO  Amotekun: Akeredolu reveals ‘major’ agreements Southwest governors reached with Osinbajo

Recall that two weeks ago, some men of the DSS, police, and army tried to arrest Sunday igboho along Lagos- Ibadan expressway on a journey to meet Chief Ayo Adebanjo, a Yoruba leader and an Elder statement.

The media aide to Sunday Igboho, Salami Oladapo, who spoke to Sahara Reporters about the incident, said that the security agents laid an ambush for him and blocked Sunday Igboho’ s scar with two vehicles. He said the officers were heavily armed.

However, through the help of the youth, the security operative was not able to arrest him.

Advertisement
Comments

Trending