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Any attack on South-East is an assault on Yoruba Nation — Igboho warns army

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Any attack on South-East is an assault on Yoruba Nation — Igboho warns army



Self-styled activist and Yoruba Nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has warned the Nigerian Army to put a halt to frequent raids in the South-East region.

Igboho declared that any further incursion in the South-East would be regarded as an attack on the Yoruba people.

This was revealed in a statement released on Monday by his media aide, Olayomi Koiki.

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Sahara Reporters noted that the self acclaimed freedom fighter vowed that if there are further attacks on the Igbo people, Yoruba Nation Now agitators will mobilise and support them.

He, however, failed to specify the kind of support they planned to give.

“We would like to inform the Federal Government of Nigeria that any attack on the South-East is an attack on the Yorubas.

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“Biafra people have been targeted by the Nigeria Army and if there are any further attacks on them, we would have no other option but to support our brothers and sisters in Biafraland,” the statement partly read.



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