Verification Source: DAILY POST reports
The name of Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has been trending on social media, for quite a number of days ago. He has been seen as an activist for the Yoruba people of Nigeria. He has been attacking the Fulani herdsmen in Oyo State. For they are said to be kidnappers, hiding their victims in the deep forest where they dwell.
As a result of his hard work on getting rid of Terrorists in his own State, Prophet Joshua Iginla arose to warn the Federal Government of Nigeria against killing this Yoruba man, as an activist.
“The pastor emphasized that killing Mr. Sunday, will lead to the rise of another Boko Haram from the Southwest." He said this as a way of reacting to the attempted arrest of Sunday by some security personnel over the weekend.
In a speech he forwarded to DAILY POST, the prophet said:
Nigeria inevitably needs prayers and not just prayers. Our leaders (Government officials) need prayers to make the right conclusion and not make costly decisions.
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