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Yoruba Kings Visit Benin Republic Following Sunday Igboho’s Case



Yoruba Kings Visit Benin Republic Following Sunday Igboho's Case

Sunday Igboho, a Yoruba Nation activist, has drawn the attention of kings of Yoruba descent in the Benin Republic.

Igboho is now imprisoned in a nearby West African country after being apprehended while attempting to fly to Germany on Monday.

The Nigerian government is attempting to have him extradited to the country, where the Department of State Services has named him wanted (DSS).

However, according to TheCable, the kings are currently gathering in Adjohoun, roughly 60 kilometers south of Cotonou, to discuss his case.

The conference is being held in the Alajohoun of Adjohoun’s palace, according to reports. The kings believe Igboho is their brother who requires assistance, according to the article.

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In other news, Former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has cautioned the Federal Government to treat Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu, fairly since the attention of Nigerians is on the matter.

Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu, are set to stand trial tomorrow, Monday and in reaction, FFK has warned the government to be careful of how they deal with them in the law courts as they would come prepared and not be alone.

Taking to his Instagram page, he wrote: “Tomorrow the two most powerful separatist leaders in Nigeria, namely Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Chief Sunday Adeyemo (AKA Sunday Igboho), will appear before two separate courts in two separate nations.

They both control millions of hearts and minds and they represent a mighty cause.

They are not alone: Nigeria beware!”


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