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Sunday Igboho’s arrest: Fears of protest, violence hit South-West




The arrest of Sunday Adeyemo, a.okay.a. Sunday Igboho has raised pressure within the South-West area of Nigeria.


Igboho was reportedly nabbed Monday night time in Cotonou, Benin Republic, at an airport.

A safety alert seen by DAILY POST Tuesday morning cautioned residents to keep away from unstable areas.

They have been suggested to be “safety aware and maintained situational consciousness”.

The arrest of Igboho was a part of federal authorities’s onslaught towards agitators.

The presidency and the Division of State Providers (DSS), at totally different occasions, hinted that the secessionist can be apprehended.

After the raid of his Soka residence in Ibadan, presidential aide, Garba Shehu, declared Igboho was “conducting acts of terror and disturbing the peace”.

The picture maker accused the Yoruba Nation agitator of trying to construct an armoury and planning to both undermine the unity of the nation.

Earlier, at a press convention the place weapons present in Igboho’s home have been displayed, the DSS vowed that the vocal separatist can be caged.

Peter Afunanya, the spokesman, stated Igboho might run and conceal so long as he desires, “the tip of his shenanigans” was sure.

“Quickly, he won’t have a hiding place. His power will certain fail him, the legislation will meet up with him. The legislation could also be sluggish. However it is going to be regular”, he added.

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