A Yoruba activist and Traditionalist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has declared he will join a nationwide protest fixed to hold on June 12.
This was disclosed by Sunday Igboho through a statement made by his spokesman, Olayemi Koiki, during an interview section on Wednesday.
Igboho, alongside other agitators, has declared he will stage a protest calling for Yorubaland to become a sovereign nation – a fight he has been on to for months, as a result of increasing insecurity in the land.
Sunday Igboho also implored all the South-West governors to render their support for the struggle to succeed, as that is the only way everyone will live in peace in the region.
In his statement, he sent a warning to the federal government that, there should be no bloodshed this weekend as the whole world is going to be watching, adding if the military kills any Nigerian, “it is going to be very hot.”
Speaking further, he said the Yoruba Nation rally will continue in every part of Yoruba land and the rest of the country where it will hold, adding that the red alarm will begin on Friday. People, therefore, advised to stock up food Items from Friday night. He added:
“We are not backing down this weekend. We are ready to take back what belongs to us.”
In another news, the National Association of Nigerian students and civil societies have called on the federal government that a protest will hold on Saturday to force President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime to take action on insecurity, economic stability, unemployment and other rising matter the country is battling.