'What A Cheap Target For The Military Bullets"- Chris Ososa Responds To Igboho's Threat.
By Ebukajp100 | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 11191 views
Chris Ososa has today decided to speak. This time around he decided to speak in response to the treat that was made by a well known Yoruba human right activist, Sunday Igboho. It should be recalled that Sunday Igboho made it known that he is going to open Nigeria's border around the South West, as he went on to declare Yoruba Self rule.
Based on that note, Chris Ososa decided to the threat that was made by him. While responding to that, Chris Ososa regarded or referred to Sunday as a cheap target for the military bullets.
The question we need to ask now is to know what the federal government is doing in other to make sure that all these agitations in different parts of the country is brought to an end?
I urge the federal government to try and make sure that there is justice in the land, once there is justice, there will be no room for all these agitations in different parts of the country. Something should be done now before it becomes too late.
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