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Sunday Igboho: Pastor Giwa gives Benin Republic President 48 hours to release Yoruba agitator

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The Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Pastor Adewale Giwa, has requested the President of Benin Republic, Patrice Talon, to inside 48 hours, launch the Yoruba fighter, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly often known as “Igboho”.

DAILY POST had reported that Igboho is presently in a detention facility in Benin Republic.

The Soka, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, house of the pro-Yoruba self-determination activist, was invaded by males from the Division of State Providers, DSS, on July 1, 2021, resulting in the arrest of twelve of his aides, whereas Igboho managed to flee arrest.

Igboho was later arrested in Cotonou, Benin Republic, on July 16, 2021, along with his spouse whereas travelling to Germany and has since then been in detention.

One in every of his legal professionals, Yomi Aliyyu, had final week raised an alarm that Igboho wanted pressing medical consideration.

Based on him, Igboho was recognized with attainable kidney and lung sickness.

Talking along with his church members on the State of Nation on Sunday, Giwa warned president Talon to not enable himself for use by egocentric Nigerian politicians to dent the picture of his nation.

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“Let me warn the President of Benin Republic to, inside 48 hours, launch Sunday Igboho. He mustn’t enable himself for use as biblical Judas Iscariot.

“Be warned and rapidly set the younger man free immediately. Sunday Igboho shouldn’t be handled like a prison”, Giwa said.

Moreover, the fiery pastor additionally condemned the Nationwide Meeting for plunging Nigeria into additional money owed.

He stated,” That is the worst Nationwide Meeting to date since 1999. Something president Muhammadu Buhari brings to them, they approve with out even contemplating how the Nigerian individuals really feel.

“They are saying ” Sure sir” to all the pieces president Buhari says with out questioning and asking for the opinions of Nigerians.

“That is nothing however a rubber stamp meeting that solely represents itself and pockets.”

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