YORUBA NATION: Struggle Continues, I’ll Be Back To Our Fatherland Soon – Sunday Igboho



The Yoruba nation activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, on Monday, declared that he will come back to Yorubaland soon adding that he has not abandoned the struggle for the actualisation of the Oodua Republic.

Adeyemo, who fled Nigeria about 15 months ago to Cotonou, capital of Benin Republic, in the wake of the invasion of his Ibadan residence by agents of the Department of State Security (DSS), restated that he would return to Nigeria sooner than expected.

The Nigerian Tribune Newspaper reports that he made this disclosure during the annual posthumous birthday of Bishop Ajayi Crowther and the presentation of Yoruba merits awards in Ibadan, the state capital.

At the event, Adeyemo and the leader of the apex Yoruba Self-Determination organisation, Ilana Omo Oodua, Professor Banji Akintoye, were presented with merit awards in recognition of their contributions to the actualisation of the Yoruba nation. The awards were received on their behalf by their representatives.

Speaking via zoom platform, he stated: “I thank you all for your support since the inception of this just cause, and by God’s grace, the Fulani’s herdsmen activities against our people will end in our land.
“The Yoruba nation will soon be achieved and it will be better than all the nations in the world.

“My message to Yoruba people worldwide, who are passionate about the country of their own is not to lose hope.

“I am more than convinced that we are on our way to freedom. Our agitation is an idea whose time has come. I will come back to Yorubaland soon.”


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