Igboho nabs four soldiers, civilians near residence, accuses FG of spying on him


Sunday Adeyemo, controversial Yoruba activist, has apprehended four men including two soldiers of the Nigerian Army close to his residence in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

In a video circulating on social media on Friday, the four men – two on military uniforms and the other two on mufti – were seized by the activist popularly known as Sunday Igboho.

He described them as spies sent by the Nigerian government to monitor his activities, days after he declared the pulling out of Yoruba nation from Nigeria but the captives denied the claim with the military personnel claiming there were settling a dispute between the men on mufti.

“If you want to prove anything, it should not be to me Igboho. You are bastards among Yorubas. If not, they would not have sent you to me. And I promise you will finish. I will finish you,” Igboho told the captured civilians.

Meanwhile, the activist was given a 72-hour ultimatum to evacuate his Yoruba kinsmen from Northern Nigeria, a directive he is yet to comply with as at press time.

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