The agitators of Nation of Yoruba will declare a protest in Ibadan, Oyo State by 12 o’clock in the afternoon today, being Wednesday, to request for the freedom of Sunday Adeyemo, the Yoruba Nation activist, who is also known as Sunday Igboho, who was apprehended by police and held hostage in Benin Republic.
The agitators protested last week against the raid of Igboho’s area by security operatives of the Sector of State Services and requested release of the 12 house workers arrested in Igboho’s house.
A terse statement by Olayomi Koiki, Chief Igboho’s representative, made a confirmation to today’s protest, saying that all the advocators of the activist hooked up to participate.
“Emergency, emergency, emergency; please, we appeal for all the Agitators to come over to the Chief Sunday Igboho’s House for a peaceful protest to display to the world the kind of person he is, as it’s one of the conditions given for his freedom.
“Please, let’s all gather in his house in Soka, Ibadan, before 12 noon today. Thank you and God bless you all. Yoruba Nation now now now,” Koiki made statement.
Koiki made a statement earlier that the Federal Government could not attack or harass those people agitating for the self-determination of the Nation of Yoruba.
He also made a statement that he has hope that Igboho would get a good representative in the court.
“We are not going to give chance for the Government to attack us. We are not going to give room for the Federal Government and politicians to play with our heads.
“We must remain powerful and remain cool as we get freedom for Chief Sunday Adeyemo and the Yoruba generation.”
Adeyemo was caught on the verge of catching a flight to Germany along with his wife.
The Federal Government of Nigeria already kept the Nigeria Customs Service and the Nigeria Immigration Service active to apprehend Chief Sunday from Emigrating from the Country.