The Federal Government of Nigeria has alleged that there is a link between popular Yoruba self determination activist Chief Sunday Adeyemo who is popularly known as Sunday Igboho, and terrorism financier.
Speaking during a press conference in Abuja today, the Hon minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation ABubakar Malami (SAN) said from the findings of the federal government, a company controlled by Sunday Igboho made a transfer of about N12.75m to an account controlled by a suspected terrorism financier in person of Abdullahi Usman.
Speaking further, Malami alleged that in the space of 7 years (between 2013 and 2020), the Yoruba Nation separatist received total sum of N127m from his sponsors. Malami also disclosed that preliminary report from the committee set up by the FG to investigate Igboho shows that he is linked to 43 accounts in 9 different banks in Nigeria.
Revealing the sponsor of the Yoruba Nation separatist, Malami alleged that Sunday Igboho is being sponsored by a federal lawmaker.
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