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Yorubas in UK protest attack on Sunday Igboho

Iyke Njoku

Newwavereporters have authoritatively gathered that Yorubas of Nigerian extraction resident in the United Kingdom have on Friday, July 2, 2021, protested at the Nigerian Embassy in the UK over the attack launched by the Department of State Services (DSS) at the home of a Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho on Thursday, July 1, 2021.

The protest took a different dimension as protesters peacefully chanted different solidarity songs and also displayed placards.

They condemned the invasion and attack at Mr. Igboho’s residence, adding that Igboho is a peaceful man.

“Yoruba Nation. No going back”, “Sunday Igboho is a man of the people”, “Oduduwa Nation must stand”, there various placards inscribed.

A Pro-Yoruba Nation protester, Peter Oladele said, “We are here to inform the UK embassy that enough is enough. Look at the criminal atrocities committed by criminal herdsmen; we are not going to back down. Sunday Igboho is not a terrorist.”

Another protester Grace Dada said, “What did Igboho do to the federal government? Gumi is there patronising bandits, why didn’t they arrest him?

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“They killed two persons, we want them to release those arrested. We are not criminal, Yorubas are peaceful people. Since Igboho has been doing the rally, it has been peaceful.”

It will be recalled that Olayomi Koiki, Spokesperson of Sunday Igboho said that the Yoruba nation rally scheduled for July 3 in Lagos will still take place despite police order.

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