Mixed Reactions As Sunday Igboho Allegedly Razed Another Fulani Herders Settlement In Ogun.
By Donramsco1 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
After the popular Yoruba activist, Sunday Adeyemo who is popularly has carried out alleged razing chasing of killer herders as he promised Ogun State when he arrived yesterday.
Sunday Igboho has reportedly razed and Chase killer herders in the Ogun state at Yewa North today.
Many herders flee as the Sunday Igboho and his supporters allegedly unleash an attack on them.
Sunday Igboho has remained frontier of Yoruba land since January when ordered the Fulani herders to vacate the Iganga area of Oyo stage due to insecurity that mounts the area, he unleashes terror attack on the Fulani herders in the area after they failed to vacate.
Many people have been reacting again today as Sunday and his team unleashed an attack on the killer herders in the Yewa area of Ogun state.
Here are some of the reactions below;
What do you think about what Igboho did again today?
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