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Afenifere: Igboho’s arrest is a declaration of war against Yoruba

The Acting Leader of the Yoruba social-cultural group, Afenifere, Pa Ayo Adebanjo, has said President Muhammadu Buhari has declared war against Yoruba people following the arrest of Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho.

Igboho was reportedly arrested in Cotonou, Benin Republic on Monday night, a few days after the Department of State Services declared him wanted.

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Adeyemo’s arrest came three weeks after the regime abducted the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu in Kenya and forcibly moved him to Nigeria.

On July 1, Igboho’s residence was raided by operatives of the DSS, who confirmed killing two people and making several arrests.

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Reacting to the arrest, Adebanjo said Igboho should not be allowed to suffer alone for fighting for the liberation of the Yoruba.

The Afenifere leader said Yoruba youth should rise and demand a restructuring of the country, first with the adoption of an equitable Constitution that will be written by all constituents that make up the country.

According to him, “Yoruba worldwide should take to the streets to make sure that Sunday Igboho is not brought back to Nigeria and if they bring him back, the Yoruba should ensure that he is not badly tortured or worse. They have declared war on our people.

“Freedom is never given, it is always won. People are too afraid of this regime and we have said it over and over that they should be bold to confront them and take back their country.

“They are ruling us with a Constitution that we did not make. It is a military Constitution and they have been rejecting all efforts to adopt a new Constitution, including the 2014 national conference.”

 

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