Nigerian Government is assembling critical evidences to charge self-appointed Yoruba secessionist leader, Sunday Igboho to court for treasonable felony punishable with death. He was arrested and is being detained by the government of the Benin Republic.
Sources in the picture of the goings on hinted that among the critical pieces of evidence so far assembled are dozens of ‘exclusive’ videos where Igboho allegedly issued inciting statements.
An online publication Greenbarge report that some video clips,, would be used by some security and intelligence agencies in prosecuting Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho to ensure the self-acclaimed Yoruba secessionist leader is indicted in the Court.
In one of the videos, Igboho was shown threatening to Kill Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu and other Yoruba Leaders over the Oduduwa Republic and Elections in Nigeria
There is also a video where Igboho was mocking the death of Pastor Adeboye’s son and praying to God to kill wives and children of Leaders that do not support the Yoruba Nation.
In another video, Sunday Igboho Dared Soldiers, Police, DSS operatives when they attempted to arrest him as he removed his Shirt. His followers too were shown interrogating a man they claimed they captured as a DSS Guy’ at Osogbo Yoruba Rally.
Another video shows Igboho directing his follower to forcefully open borders for smugglers with a follow-up video showing his militias invading Idiroko Border and snatching guns from Nigeria Custom Officers.
Apart from boosting of acquiring Guns and ammunition to fight security personnel, he also threatened that “if 1,000 policemen invade my house, hardly will 100 return.”
There is also a video of a live broadcast by one ‘Lady K’ when DSS stormed Igboho’s residence. The lady could be heard calling on Yoruba Odua Warriors to come to their rescue and attack the security operatives from the back.
The DSS later paraded Lady K, Odua Yoruba Nation Warriors, Arms and Charms recovered from Igboho residence
Sources at the Ministry of Justice disclosed that, “It is a legal, judicial and the discretionary issue over which the Attorney General consider the public interest and the interest of justice to decide. The Attorney General of the Federation is considering and I believe is not bound by time limitations in exercising that discretion and considering the beneficial approach.”
Meanwhile the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Adetunji, has sent a delegation to Cotonou, Benin Republic, to observe the Monday court proceedings of the case involving Chief Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho.
This was disclosed in a statement on Sunday by the Personal Assistant/Director of Media and Publicity to the Olubadan, Mr Adeola Oloko.
According to Olubadan it has become necessary in order to allay the fears of several people that he is not folding his arms over the travails of Sunday Igboho and his co-travellers.
He said, “Sunday Igboho lives in Ibadan, got married in Ibadan, rear children in Ibadan, built houses in Ibadan and as such he has the rights to be protected by Ibadan traditional institution within the ambit of the law just like any human being in Ibadan.”
Oba Adetunji, who said he was in constant touch with Yoruba prominent royal fathers, including Igboho royal crowns, allayed public fears of a repeat performance of Yoruba-Fulani coalition of 1814.
The monarch said students of Nigeria history might wish to be reminded that when some people during the period under reference chose to engage in territorial expansion to the sea, it took the Ibadan army under Balogun Oderinlo to repel the attack and stop the incursion near Osogbo.
Oba Adetunji urged the people to remain calm and law abiding, saying truth will prevail.