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Yoruba Nation Agitation – What We Want From Buhari – Igboho Makes Demand

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Activist and Yoruba Nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho has declared that he and his supporters are not going back on their demand for the Yoruba nation.

Igboho told President Buhari that they don’t want restructuring but an independent Yoruba nation.

The activist added that he wasn’t alone in his demand but has the support of many prominent persons who were working in the background.

He further accused the current administration of marginalizing the southwest region in terms of appointments into the government.

He said: “Our demand is simple, to tell Buhari that we do not want restructuring but Yoruba Nation.

“On Yoruba Nation, no going back. We have our faith in God. When God heard the cries of Israelites, he answered them; the cries of Yorubas have been heard by God. Noah’s ark can be likened to the current Yoruba agitation.

“I’m saying it boldly; nobody can kill us in this current struggle. May God carry us to our destination.

“Many people are even ranting on social media concerning the struggle, they need to join and support. What we are currently having now is awareness and peaceful rallies across southwest states.

“Don’t think we are joking, what we are pursuing now is Yoruba Nation. I’m not the only one fronting the Yoruba Nation Agenda right now; there are many powerful people who I have been meeting and working with underground.”

Igboho made the declaration when he received a vehicle presented to him by some donors to support the Yoruba Nation agitation.

Meanwhile, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, on Monday, disclosed that the group and its security outfit of the group, Eastern Security Network does not patronise native doctors.

The IPOB leader stated this while reacting to a statement released by the police that ESN members killed a native doctor preparing charms for them in Awommama, Oru East Local Government Area of Imo State.

The media adviser to the Commissioner of Police in Imo State, Mike Abattam, has said the native doctor, Pascal Okeke, was beheaded by ESN after charms he prepared for them failed.

Kanu in his statement said IPOB and ESN do not believe in fetish things and they don’t kill people of the Southeast.

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