Damilola Ayinde Marshall, daughter of fuji musician Wasiu Ayinde Marshall popularly known as K1 de Ultimate has knocked Nigerians donating money for Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho.
Dami who is a lawyer took to Snapchat to tell Nigerians not to donate money to Igboho.
“In my life, I do not support nonsense, go and read section 43 of the 1999 constitution. One Nigeria, the whole country belongs to all of us. Anybody donating money from any part of the world in order to set Nigeria on fire will never know peace.
“It took us a lot to get here, please don’t take us back, don’t kill my dreams because of your own ignorance. Every media establishment that repeatedly calls Sunday Igboho a ‘Yoruba activist’ is playing its part to cause ethnic crises in the SW in order to extract political value from it. Every one of them,” she wrote.
She also said that although she is a Yoruba girl, she sees every Nigerian in other tribes as her ‘brothers’.
“I am 100 per cent Yoruba but I will never support anyone that wants to cause war, the Igbo man is my brother, the Hausa man is my brother too. As a student of history, I know the cost of the last Ife Modakeke crises, where this Sunday Igboho was said to be an active participant.
“All those interviewing him and amplifying the war he is calling for should be subjects of interests to the DSS- if the DSS still knows its duties. In my life, I do not support nonsense, go and read section 43 of the 1999 constitution. One Nigeria, the whole country belongs to all of us,” she wrote.
On Thursday, supporters of Igboho set up a Gofundme page for the purpose of raising £100,000 (N51.8m) for him to buy buses to implement his project of ridding the South-West of killer herdsmen.
The fundraiser was initiated by Maureen Badejo, a blogger and activist based in the United Kingdom and it has garnered £9, 320 (N4.8m) within 15 hours.