Popular freedom fighter, Sunday Igboho, has made it clear that he won't help the people of Oyo Community to fight the killer Fulani Herdsmen unless the governor of the state, Seyi Makinde, invites him.
According to the news report the people of Kajola village in Ayete, in Ibarapa North Local Government Area of the State has called on the activist to help them combat the herdsmen headed by one Iskilu Wakil.
According to the villagers, Wakil and his men has been terrorizing their village; they have driven out farmers from their land after they served the notorious gang a quit notice.
But, during an interview with Sahara Reporters, Sunday Igboho clearly stated that he won't heed to the call of Ayete people until Governor Seyi Makinde gives him an approval.
He said that, he knows the people of Ayete community are calling for his help but he will honor their call only if the governor Makinde gives him permission to go.
Opinion: Sunday Igboho Shouldn't Wait For Makinde's Invitation Before Helping The People Of Oyo State
I'm of the opinion that Sunday Igboho Shouldn't wait for an invitation from Seyi Makinde before helping the people of Oyo community fight against the herdsmen terrorizing the region.
This is a matter of life and death and is supposed to be treated with a sense of urgency. Makinde has never been a supporter of Sunday Igboho's activities in the Western region.
Makinde might never give him the permission to enter Oyo State and drive out killer herdsmen from Ayete community.
There's no need to wait for Governor Seyi Makinde's invitation or permission before going to rescue the people of Ayete from their oppressors.
So far, Sunday Igboho hasn't incited violence or advised the people to pick up arms against the herdsmen, so he hasn't done anything wrong or gone against the country's constitution.
My opinion is that, he should go and help the people of Ayete before it's too late. The community has obviously called for his help so it would be wrong not to answer.
Saving and protecting people's lives is the most important duty of a leader or an activist. Sunday Igboho shouldn't turn deaf ears to the people's plea simply because he wants to observe due protocol.
He should rescue the people of Ayete by driving out Wakil and his men before seeking the government's blessing.
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