Killer Herdsmen Eviction: Check Out The Amount Of Money Contributed For Sunday Igboho To Buy Buses
By Above_Inspiration | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 6217 views
According to a report published by PUNCH, some generous supporters of Yoruba activist, Sunday Adeyemo, who is popularly known as Sunday Igboho, have set up a Gofundme account for him as they set a target of £100,000 which is approximately N51.8 million.
According to reports, the purpose this Gofundme account is to assist Sunday Igboho in his fight against the killer herdsmen who are rampaging in the south west. They planned to use the money gathered to buy buses and other important equipment he need in his conquest.
The fundraiser, which was initiated by Maureen Badejo, an activist based in UK has gathered over £9,000 (N4.8m) within 15 hours.
After the report went viral on the internet, Nigerians reacted, saying a lot about it. Check out their reactions below;
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