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Masked Oyo Indigenes Give Fulani, Hausa 30 Days To Leave Yorubaland (Pix)



Masked Oyo Indigenes

Some masked males from Oyo State have issued a 30-day ultimatum to Fulani and Hausa folks to go away all components of Yorubaland.

Additionally they stated the herders amongst them ought to go away together with their cattle.

The 30 days began counting from Saturday, September 25, 2021.

This was contained in a video obtained by SaharaReporters on Saturday. A number of the males had been clad in Yoruba Nation vests.

Their chief, who recognized himself as Sunday Oyo, urged President Muhammadu Buhari to advise “his folks” to go away Yorubaland inside a month or face the implications of disobedience, which they stated is perhaps grotesque.

The younger man famous that although the Nigerian authorities was in a position to make sure the arrest of Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, he, Sunday Oyo is completely different.

Igboho was arrested in Benin Republic in July whereas he and his wife had been attempting to journey to Germany. He has since been detained within the nation.

Nonetheless, Oyo stated: “We’re utilizing this chance to warn President Muhammadu Buhari that he ought to instantly evacuate all Fulanis and Hausas from Yorubaland.

“We do not need to have a relationship with you, let everybody go their separate methods. The torture is an excessive amount of, let’s have our nation, and you’ve got your nation, and watch out or else…

“We provide you with 30 days to go away Yorubaland usually. You might have arrested Sunday Igboho, I’m Sunday Oyo, we’ll cope with you. After 30 days, no matter your expertise is, you must settle for it as your destiny.”

SaharaReporters had reported the same risk made by Igboho prior to now.

On January 22, Igboho visited Igangan, a city within the Ibarapa North Native Authorities Space of Oyo State, insisting that Fulani folks should go away Yorubaland.

He accused the Fulani neighborhood within the space of masterminding abductions, killings, and different legal actions within the space.

“Fulani can’t take over our land from us. We personal our land and we can’t enable anyone to take it from us. Some individuals are intimidating us however we can’t succumb to their risk. For the Fulani residing right here, we’re not preventing them, if they’ll stay with us peacefully. Our concern is about Fulani taking on our land, kidnapping, and killing our folks.

“We’ll evict them from our land in the event that they insist on kidnapping our folks. I’m assuring Yoruba folks, particularly the residents of Oyo State that there isn’t a trigger for alarm. What we began immediately doesn’t solely need to do with Oyo State; we’re going to evict Fulani folks in the whole Yoruba land,” he had stated.

Since his emergence as one of many masterminds of self-determination for the Oodua/Yoruba Nation, Igboho had confronted a number of travails.

For example, on July 1, 2021, his Soka residence in Ibadan was invaded by operatives of the Division of State Companies (DSS), also referred to as the State Safety Service (SSS) or secret police.

He was on July 20 arrested in Cotonou whereas attempting to journey to Germany.

The Yoruba Nation agitator fled Nigeria after he was declared wanted by the DSS following the alleged discovery of weapons in his Ibadan residence.

He, nevertheless, denied proudly owning the weapons present in his home, stressing that they had been planted there by the safety company.