Yoruba Nation Agitators Give FG 7-Day Ultimatum To Release Arrested Igboho Aides

Sunday Igboho, Yoruba Nation Agitators Give FG 7-Day Ultimatum To Release Arrested Igboho Aides
  • The family members of loyalists and supporters of Igboho have now issued a 7-day ultimatum to the federal government and the DSS to immediately release the arrested persons.

Scores of Yoruba nation agitators, on Wednesday, issued a 7-day ultimatum to the federal government to release those arrested at the residence of Sunday Igboho, the Yoruba activist.

Recall that the DSS had confirmed the arrest of thirteen persons during a press conference on Thursday last week. The family members of loyalists and supporters of Igboho have now issued a 7-day ultimatum to the federal government and the DSS to immediately release the arrested persons.

They made this disclosure when they took the protest to the palace of the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Akanmu Adetunji.

Yoruba Nation Agitators Give FG 7-Day Ultimatum To Release Arrested Igboho Aides

The protesters who were dressed in black called for the unconditional release of the affected individuals within seven days.

The protesters while addressing the monarch also demanded the sum of five hundred million naira as compensation for Igboho’s ordeal from the federal government and the DSS.

The monarch while addressing the protesters advised them to stop spreading rumours on social media accusing traditional rulers of collecting money from the FG.

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Oba Adetunji who spoke through his Media Aide, Adeola Oloko, noted that the demands of the protesters have been noted.

He added that the monarch will forward their demands to the FG.

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