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No election will hold in Yorubaland in 2023 – Igboho
The Yoruba freedom fighter, referred to as Sunday Igboho, says there will probably be no election within the South-West states in 2023, #Scannews24 gathered.
The activist remarked whereas speaking with fellow freedom fighters at a peaceful march held on Saturday in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, sovereign state of Yoruba nation.
Igboho stated that the Yoruba nation should leave now as it’s no more a slave to the northerners.
He seek for unity amongst Yoruba folks and requested all which might be aggrieved to come back together.
He additionally requested the Oyo and the Federal governments including Nigeria Police Force to instantly release all members of the Odua Peoples Congress (OPC) in their custody over the arrest of the Fulani warlord Isikilu Wakili in Ibarapa.
Remember the Oyo State Police Command had announced that it took into custody some members of the OPC related with the sooner arrest of Wakili.
However Ighoho, through the rally, caution in opposition to their lingered detention.
He stated, “I urge the Oyo, Federal Governments and police to release OPC member who arrested Fulani herdsmen terrorising Yoruba people in Ibarapa land immediately, before all, Yorubas will come out en masse to protest against it.
“They apprehended some Fulanis who had been disrupting the peace of Ibarapa and handed them over to the police. But the Oyo State Police and Nigerian Government now arrested them which shouldn’t be so.”