BREAKING!! Tension In Yoruba Land As Sunday Igboho Is Reportedly Missing
His rise was unexpected because no one took him seriously, particularly after he issued a warning to Fulani herders in Ibarapa, Oyo state, that if they did not leave the state within seven days, they would face forcible eviction.
People applauded him when the video of his warning went viral, but I’m sure no one believed he meant what he said before the seven-day deadline passed. Sunday, Igboho stormed Ibarapa with some of his men, evicting a large number of Fulani herdsmen, including their chief, Sarkin Fulani, who had not dared to return to Oyo state until now.
This move was met with mixed reactions; the people praised him, but the government chastised him. Sunday Igboho, who remained silent despite the government’s condemnation, continued on his path to evict all killer Fulani herdsmen from the entire south west.
Sunday Igboho invaded Ogun state a few weeks after the Oyo incident and flushed out some Fulani herdsmen, causing severe crisis as the governor of Ogun, Dapo Abiodun, frowned on the celebrated Activist’s advance.
Even though he stepped on some toes, he was surrounded by love and encouragement from the general public; in reality, Sunday Igboho’s name was never out of the news.
He and a few others then pushed the Yoruba nation agenda, traveling from state to state preaching the Oduduwa Nation gospel. However, a few months later, it appears that everything is gradually going down the drain.
Willn’t this mean the end of the dream of having Oduduwa Nation and what he has fought for? The once buzzing Sunday Igboho who was always talking, granting interviews is no longer heard by people; in fact, he has been off the media scene for a while.
Sincerely, Sunday Igboho has gone too far in this fight to remain silent at this time. What has caused him to remain silent for so long?
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