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Yoruba Nation: Sunday Igboho Storms Osogbo

In continuation of the campaign for the actualization of Yoruba Nation, activist, Sunday Adeyemo also known as Sunday Igboho, and his supporters have stormed Osogbo, the capital of Osun State.

EveryEvery.ng gathered that Igboho joined other protesters who had stormed the streets at the venue of the rally around 1:45 pm on Saturday.

While speaking at the protest, Adeyemo declared no election in Yoruba land in 2023, adding that the Yoruba people should depart Nigeria, saying Yoruba is no more slave to northerners.

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Adeyemo said Governor Gboyega Oyetola should allow the Oduduwa agitator to hold the rally in Osun and provide security. However, operatives the DSS, Police, JTF, Amotekun and other local detectives were present at the venue.

You will recall that Sunday Igboho, said he needed not to commiserate with Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG.

In the viral video, the interviewer asked Igboho to comment on the death of Pastor Dare Adeboye, the son of Pastor Adeboye. In his response, Igboho said he needed not to commiserate with the cleric over the demise of his son.

According to Sunday Igboho, Adeboye failed to support the call for the Yoruba Nation, despite the massive number of people attending the RCCG and his influence over the congregation he is leading.

He went further by raining curses on anyone against the call for the sovereignty of the Yoruba Nation. Igboho said Adeboye failed to encourage his church members to support the demand for Yoruba sovereignty.

Meanwhile, the Yoruba activist later apologized to the cleric over his comment about the demise of his son, Pastor Dare Adeboye.

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