Sunday Igboho blasts Tinubu, Ooni of Ife and Makinde, describes them as ‘Fulani slaves’


Sunday Igboho blasts Tinubu, Ooni of Ife and Makinde, describes them as ‘Fulani slaves’

Sunday Adeyemo, better known as Sunday Igboho, has described Enitan Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife; Bola Tinubu, APC national leader, and Seyi Makinde, Oyo state governor, as Fulani slaves.

Igboho also flayed some Yoruba leaders, including traditional rulers, alleging that have not shown enough support for the struggle to liberate the Yoruba from their ”Fulani oppressors”.

Speaking during a virtual town hall meeting monitored by TheCable, Igboho said the Ooni and others are interested in their own gain even though they claim to represent the Yoruba interest.

The meeting, which started at 11:15pm on Tuesday, ended at 1am on Wednesday. It had more than 1000 participants from Nigeria and the Diaspora.

Igboho joined in at 12:16am, saying he was just entering Oyo town to see Lamidi Adeyemi, the Alaafin of Oyo, for a meeting. He said the monarch is in supporter of his struggle.

Igboho had issued a seven-day ultimatum to herders in Ibarapa area of Oyo state, blaming them for kidnapping, killings, destruction of farmland and insecurity in the state.

After confronting the herders in Ibarapa with some youths in the area at the expiration of the ultimatum, he moved to Ogun state on Monday and was received by thousands of youths.

According to him, the fight to liberate the Yoruba and bring lasting peace is not for the police but for all Yoruba people, irrespective of where they are all over the world.

He said: “I am not concerned about the police. The struggle is about Yoruba agenda as it concerns security situation in our land and I trust Yoruba people for support. People are afraid because of the atrocities of the herders. We also pray that our leaders will support us irrespective if their fear of being arrested. They should be able to talk to President Muhammadu Buhari on security in Yoruba land.

“When Ooni visited Buhari, the president received him by standing up but he said something I don’t like. That is why the Alaafin called me. He wants to tackle what Ooni said.”

Igboho said he has not received financial support from anyone, adding that he needs buses to transport his followers to places where the herders are wreaking havoc.

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  1. It is because of 2023 that is why Tinubu keep quiet, but for Ooni l don’t know his problem, Yoruba adage says won fi e joba, o nwe Awure, se o fe dolorun in, what else did he need

  2. You see am? The beginning of failure…

    Now now the guy don start dey insult people even before e strong reach anywhere….

  3. Another Nnamdi KANU loading…they hailed and eulogised him…called him saviour if the Yoruba race,.against Fulani incursion and banditry….They downplayed the OPC.Amotekun.Nigerian Security services…now has turned in them….this is the being if they don’t halt him….I wondered how a society that prides itself as the most enlightened and Educated society will easily give in to a Tout…so sad

  4. I doubt if he’d have openly blast the due mentioned. He may however do that in private discussions with supposed trusted people.

    • Watch the program…. It was during a virtual zoom live program with Yoruba in Diaspora this morning… He said so…

      He is now finally becoming a loose cannon

      He’s lost the battle before even starting

  5. Who are you to be referring to the highly esteemed Ooni of Ife as a slave of Fulani? That’s too much for it… I’m now losing my sympathy for him honestly

  6. Gradually,this young man is becoming a nuisance.

    I hope this is not “eedi” (invocation),from the Fulanis.

    He is supposed to be doing his things and getting approvals from everybody and everywhere,instead of picking on anyone at this stage…most especially those who are traditionally entrenched and far above his calls.

    This is power without control…Wisdom is always profitable.

    Now,he is fighting the Fulanis (those from outside) and drawing a battle lines with those from within..

    If truly,he has done or said this,his demise in this struggle is sure..

    How fast it would be,I may not be able to foreclose.


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