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Sunday Igboho won’t be safe in Nigeria, don’t extradite him – Joe Odumakin begs Benin




Joe Okei-Odumakin, President, Ladies Come up and Centre for Change, has appealed to Benin Republic to not extradite Sunday Igboho to Nigeria.

“Igboho will come to grief if he’s extradited to Nigeria beneath the prevailing circumstances,” she mentioned in an announcement on Wednesday.

DAILY POST reported that the method of repatriation began instantly after Igboho was detained.

The secessionist, arrested on Monday, is being held by the authorities of Benin at an undisclosed location.

Okei-Odumakin expressed anger in regards to the declare by some people who Igboho was not within the neighboring nation.

She lamented that the hypothesis, confirmed to be false, is injurious to the separatist’s ongoing request for asylum.

The activist advised these peddling the hearsay to desist, including that such is “an ill-wind that blows nobody any good.”

Okei-Odumakin urged the Beninoise authorities “to speedily course of and grant Igboho’s asylum utility.”

She accused the President Muhammadu Buhari administration of treating Boko Haram, herdsmen and bandits ravaging Northern Nigeria with leniency.

Okei-Odumakin mentioned the way in which officers “romance” outlaws whereas victimising and oppressing others “depart a bitter style within the mouth”.

The fiery advocate concluded that with the way in which and method Nnamdi Kanu was whisked into Nigeria in circumstances but to be absolutely defined, fascism is creeping upon Nigerians.

“Igboho can’t be assured security or justice if extradited to Nigeria. He ought to be launched from detention unconditionally and his security and liberty assured by the Republic of Benin authorities beneath extant worldwide regulation.”

Okei-Odumakin suggested the federal authorities to cease chasing shadows and deal with the patent risks posed to the nation by “the despicable parts it’s treating with child gloves”.

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