After Igboho Announced War With Herdsmen, Told Tinubu To Release Nnamdi Kanu, SEE What Army Said About Him

The Nigerian military has reacted to the return of foremost Yoruba nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, to the country, and has sent a direct message to him after he announced a war with criminal Fulani herdsmen in the South-West and also called for the release of Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB....READ FULL ARTICLE

Recall that Igboho had declared that he came back to Yoruba land to face criminal Fulani herdsmen who have been accused recently of stealing children in the South- West geopolitical zone of Nigeria.

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It is no longer news that Igboho and Fulani herdsmen in the South-West have been at loggerheads, with the latter trying to put an end to the incessant killing of farmers in Yoruba land.

Speaking in a video after he returned to the South-West last week, Igboho said the Yorubas can’t keep waiting for the army and the police to protect them from criminal herdsmen.

Also in another video, Igboho asked the federal government to release Nnamdi Kanu and stop playing politics with his case.

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Watch Video Of Igboho Calling For Nnamdi Kanu’s Release:

Reacting to a question on this, director of defense media operation, Maj. Gen. Edward Buba said if Igboho’s intention is to make the situation of Nigeria better, he is welcome, but if not, he is against the constitution of Nigeria.

Buba also said he will speak extensively about this when he sees all the recent videos of Igboho’s messages....READ FULL ARTICLE

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Watch Buba Speaking About Sunday Igboho Below:

Igboho had in a video that went viral on Tuesday said the Federal Government and the soldiers deployed to Yorubaland, especially to Ekiti where monarchs were killed in broad daylight cannot combat the supposed killers.

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