" Please Debunk Any News That Claims I'm In Support Of Civil War"- Sunday Igboho (Video)
By Murphy007 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 577 views
The Nigerian activist and Yoruba fighter, Sunday Igboho has come out lately to debunk a rumour that is about be spreading from one route to another, that the activist is not afraid of civil war.
Any Knowledgeable Nigerian would see that Sunday Igboho is very careful about what he's doing, he knew already that many fake news platforms are very good in spreading fallacious information amidst the Nigerians that's why he came to debunk the rumour.
According to him, he said he saw the news in Punch Newspaper, where a journalist claimed he is not afraid of civil war, he said it is fake news, he now directs all Nigerians to a certain Koiki that whatever he says he is the one who said it.
However, the act of debunking fake news does not proof Sunday Igboho as an effeminate man, at least we can see what he has done in the past, how he has stood for his Yoruba people and how he still projects to stand against further aggression, but he has every right to do what he has done.
Moreover, it will be inimical if he heard the rumour and fail to debunk It because any that come across it would believe that he is interested in propagating civil war which is totally out of his campaign because he had been clamouring for peace in the Yoruba land.
In short, every media houses must always seek for credible news before dissemination, because fake news as nothing to offer than name-calling, and disorders.
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