Reno Omokri is celebrating Sunday Igboho today as he turns 49-years-old. Reno who took to Twitter to celebrate the Yoruba activist said that he celebrates him as a freedom fighter and is working every legal way within his power to secure the release of Igboho who was arrested in July.
“Happy 49th birthday Chief Sunday Adeyemo, AKA Igboho. You are a great patriot! I celebrate you as the freedom fighter of your people and mine. You are ever loved, and speaking for myself, I am committed to doing every legal thing within my power to gain your freedom!,” says Reno Omokri.
Sunday Adeniyi Adeyemo is a popular Yoruba nation fighter who was arrested in Benin Republic after the Nigerian government declared him wanted. Since his arrest, igboho has not been granted bail or release from prison.
Sunday Igboho was born on 10 October 1972 at Igboho town, located in Oke-Ogun, Oyo State, Nigeria. He got popular after he started fighting for the establishment of a Yoruba Nation popularly know as the Oduduwa Republic.
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