According to the video shared by Gist Media TV yesterday night being 14th April 2021, Sunday Igboho led by his spokesperson claims and revealed the man who plan with the former Inspector General of Police to arrest Igboho several times. But before going further let me talk briefly about the activities of chief Sunday Igboho and his men in the country.
Friends, it's very important to know that the activities and reactions of Igboho and other Yoruba agitators is really causing confusing in Nigeria. This ongoing Yoruba nation movement has been for long now and it seems they are not ready to stop the Yoruba nation agitation.
Recall several times how Sunday Igboho was attempt to be arrest because of his reactions that's causing disunity in the country. Now in reaction, Igboho led by his spokesperson disclosed the man that plan with the former IGP to arrest the Yoruba activist.
Sunday Igboho spokesperson claims that Alhaji Saliu, Seriki Fulani of Oyo State collaborated with Muhammadu Adamu, the former Inspector General of Police to arrest Igboho in order to stop him from agitating for the self-determination of Yoruba people.
Furthermore, from the summary of the explore by Gist Media TV yesterday night, Igboho spokesman further claims that, "Saliu was paid N500 million to arrest Sunday Igboho."
Now what's your reaction to this claims?
Is their fact from what Sunday Igboho spokesperson said?
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Watch the video below by clicking the link:
Source: Gist Media TV.
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