Olusegun Falola, one of the legal advisors of the popular activist and Yoruba country instigator, Sunday Adeyemo otherwise known as Sunday Igboho, has said his client probably won't come back again to Nigeria for sometime when regains freedom from Benin Republic.
Falola clarified that it would be a hazardous choice for Igboho to return when he is liberated from Benin Republic since his life is under danger in Nigeria, he expressed this in a meeting with feelrightnewsTV.
"At the point when I showed up from Paris at the authority where Igboho was kept, he was first tied. They were frightened that he could simply vanish into thin air due to his spiritual powers.
"The police revealed to me that in case Igboho's chains were unfastened and he escapes bafflingly, he will be deprived of his position and and official status.
"The police officer said he was informed that Igboho could vanish or transform into a cat, and numerous different things were said to the police officer which made them tie him."
According to The Nations, Falola noted that it took lots of time for the officials to unchain him and permit him (Igboho) to walk openly, clarifying that Igboho didn't commit any offense but however he is only in a bad situation due to his beliefs.
Giving a report on Igboho's case, Falola guaranteed he is well protected in the Benin Republic.
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