INSECURITY: Sunday Igboho Dares Gov Makinde, Storms Ibarapa, Insists No Fulani Must Stay Beyond Today - News at its peak

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INSECURITY: Sunday Igboho Dares Gov Makinde, Storms Ibarapa, Insists No Fulani Must Stay Beyond Today

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Despite Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde’s order, the Yoruba warrior Sunday Adeyemi, popularly known as 'Sunday Igboho' INFORMATION CARRIER gathered, has stormed Ibarapa, insisted that no Fulani herdsmen must stay beyond today.

The agitator behind Oodua Republic has said herdsmen in all parts of Yorubaland should get ready to leave completely.

Speaking with SaharaReporters on Friday morning, Igboho said he was preparing to go to Ibarapa town and hoped not to see any Fulani herdsmen turning theirselves to killer, kidnapper and other form of criminality there.

He said he was in his house, but getting ready for his visit to Oyo State communities that had been taken over by herdsmen.

He said, “Police will arrest who? I am at home; I am preparing to go to Ibarapa. I am going there now and we don’t want to see any Fulani man there. All Fulani kidnappers must not remain in Ibarapa today.

“By the time we are done with what we are doing here, every other place in Yorubaland where the Fulani kidnappers reside will know. Let them know I said, they will leave Yorubaland completely. It is not only here; they will leave all Yorubaland.

“This is a soccer game and we will all play together. After all, there were some Fulani guys that lived with us and there were no issues, what suddenly happened? They just started killing and kidnapping us, we don’t have any rest again. Our people abroad are scared to come home; they are scared of being kidnapped; it is enough.”

Recall that Igboho had given Fulani herdsmen, largely blamed for the growing cases of killing and kidnapping in southwestern Nigerian and a seven-day ultimatum to leave all the forests in Ibarapa area and move to the town has been issued on to them.

He later said he wanted the herdsmen out of the forests in the areas and not in towns where their activities would not be hidden from residents.

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