See what Kemi Olunloyo told South-West Governors to do to Sunday Igboho
By AbiMike | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 15589 views
Sunday Adeyemo popularly called Sunday Igboho has become more known because of his recent efforts towards the security of the Yoruba land.
He is a Yoruba activist and has been putting efforts to ensure criminal fulani herdsmen are no more in the Yoruba land and he has started to get supports from some Elites in Yoruba land.
Kemi Olunloyo, who is a Journalist and a Pharmacist trained in the United States has shown her support towards what Sunday Igboho is doing in the South-West and she has advice South-West governors to support him openly.
She made this known through her twitter handle where she said to the Yoruba people that Sunday Igboho is their man and the South west governors should support him in public.
See her tweet below;
Do you think that South-West governors can give their support to him in public or they will be considering that they might be questioned by higher authorities?
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