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Oduduwa Republic: New leaders are rising up in the South West – Femi Fani-Kayode

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Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has commended Youths of Igangan Ibarapa North Local Government Area for their resolute to rally together mass to see to the implementation of an order issued against killer herdsmen within their community.

The youths, led by Sunday Igboho, Olayomi Koiki had on Friday comb various settling areas of the Fulanis in the Igangan neighborhood charged them to vacate rural areas to the city.

The action was seen effected despite the earlier order by Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde restraining the villagers from exiting the settlers.

Makinde warned anyone acting against the government’s instruction is treated like a criminal by the state police.

The grassroots mobilizers, Sunday Igboho, Olayomi Koiki had directly conveyed a seven-day quit notice to Fulani leaders, Seriki Fulani, Saliu Kadri.

The letter, which was reportedly endorsed by the traditional rulers, accused Kadri’s subjects of killing Yoruba Indigenous People.

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The letter also accused of assassinating Fatai Aborode, an Oyo business man, Alhaja Serifat Adisa and her children, an Igangan prince, and many others.

Reacting on his official page, the PDP stalwart and former aviation minister, Kayode described the villagers as ‘strong, fearless, radical and young’ leaders rising in the South West.

He expressed happiness that the region has gotten the new face of Champions and Heroes who believe in the Oduduwa Republic.

He boasted of their courage adding that no one would challenge them.

In his words: “New leaders are rising up in the South West. They are strong, fearless, radical, and young. Names like Sunday Igboho, Olayomi Koiki and others come to mind.

“The South West has finally got a new set of champions and heroes. They believe in Oduduwa Republic. None can stand against them. I commend them.”

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