Sunday Igboho vows to hold Yoruba nation rally in Lagos

Sunday Igboho Adeyemo

Activist Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho says he will proceed with the planned Yoruba nation rally in Lagos despite alleged threats.

Sunday Igboho is leading fresh calls for an independent Yoruba nation over clashes with Fulani herdsmen in the south-west.

The activist, who spoke through his spokesperson Olayomi Koiki during a live video chat, stated that there is no going back on the rally slated for Ojota Park, Lagos on July 3.

The agitators have held rallies in Osun, Ogun, Ekiti, and Ondo.

“We are sending a peaceful message to Governor Sanwo-Olu. We do not mind any other person who is saying we should not come to Lagos,” Sunday Igboho said.

“Sanwo-Olu is the chief security officer of the land and we are coming to Lagos.

 “July 3rd is the most important date; nobody cannot say we should not come to Lagos. It is a peaceful rally.

“We have gone to Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Ekiti and we had peaceful rallies, so nobody can stop us from coming to Lagos.”