Ibrahim Salami, one of the Cotonou, Benin Republic-based lawyers of Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, recently spoke with BBC Yoruba that Sunday Igboho is not feeling too well and he needed to travel to Germany for treatment. He disclosed that Sunday Igboho had an injury in his right hand during the attack that took place in his house in Ibadan.
Salami explained that Igboho almost died but he is a brave man that is why he needs a doctor who will take care of him very well.
According to him Sunday Igboho wants to be given the opportunity to go to Germany for treatment.
Salami explained that the reason Igboho wanted to travel through Cotonou is because he was coming from Nigeria. He wanted to pass through France to Germany to receive treatment before he was arrested in Cotonou.
He further explained that before one speak on law in Republic of Benin, one has to be an expert because the law of Benin Republic is different from that of Nigeria.
Salami said they are working assiduously in order to ensure that Sunday Igboho regain his freedom from Cotonou. He stated that they have to follow the due process.
Source : BBC Yoruba
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