It's no longer news that security operatives attempted to arrest a self-styled warlord, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday igboho.
Recall that Sunday Igboho gave herdsmen seven days quit noticed to leave Oyo state after accusing them of the killings and abduction. His accusations led to violence with many properties burnt.
(Fulani settlement burnt)
According to reports, Sunday Igboho was on his way to Lagos to visit Chief Ayo Adebanjo, a Yoruba leader when some security operatives tried arrest him for undisclosed reason. Many Nigerians have stormed social media to condemn the alleged attack on Sunday Igboho.
Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, condemned the alleged attack on Sunday Igboho. The IPOB leader, in his tweet warned that Sunday Igboho should not be touched. Read is full tweet below
So, what do you think about the failed attempt to arrest Sunday igboho? Do you think he should be arrested?
Do agree with Nnamdi Kanu that Sunday Igboho shouldn't be touched?
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