BREAKING!! Sunday Igboho Talks Tough, Says Ooni of Ife Should Be Dealt With for Collecting Dollars From Buhari, List More Properties To Destroy
A scathing attack on Enitan Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, the National Leader of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and the Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, was launched by the Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho, branding them as Fulani slaves.
Igboho said this at a meeting at the virtual town hall that began late on Tuesday night and ended early on Wednesday.
The activist went further to reprimand some traditional Yoruba rulers, accusing them of not showing adequate support for the war to free the Yoruba from their “Fulani oppressors.”
He pointed to the Ooni and others with accusing fingers, claiming that they were only involved in their own income.
In the South West, the activist, who is fast becoming famous, said,
“I don’t care about the cops. The war is about the Yoruba agenda as it concerns the security situation in our country and I trust the help of Yoruba individuals.
When Ooni visited Buhari, he was greeted by the president by standing up, but he said something I did not like. That’s why I got a call from Alaafin. He wants what Ooni said to be tackled.
“Ooni should be able to tell Buhari what he wants from Yoruba. But he received Buhari’s dollars. He called me, so I didn’t want to see him anymore.
We are sponsored only by Alaafin and he has written a letter to the president. Ooni fooled me. There are politicians with him,’ he said.
Our leaders are lazy and Fulani slaves. They’re visiting Abuja to raise money, and we’re going to attack them and ruin their property. Ooni needs to be treated. I am irritated. Why should we fear the crown that they (Yoruba monarchs) are wearing?
“The Fulani slaves are Tinubu and other Yoruba politicians. We don’t need to be afraid. I didn’t receive any cash from anybody. I am a full-fledged Yoruba man, and I will not allow the Fulani people to enslave me, nor will we look or act alike in any way. Herders need to go. Due to second-term ambition, Makinde is also a slave to the herders,” Igboho said.