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  1. An Oyo High Court has granted an ex-parte motion stopping the Department of State Security and Attorney General of the Federation from arresting, intimidating, harassing, and blocking bank accounts of Chief Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho. Justice Ladiean Akintola gave the order following an ex-parte motion moved by his lawyer Chief Yomi Aliu (SAN) at the court on Wednesday. “The court has ordered that he must not be arrested, detained, killed in the next 14 days. The account also said that his account should not be blocked,” Yomi Aliu said after the case. The court adjourned the suit until August 18. Details later…
  2. The 12 detained aides of Yoruba secessionist leader, Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho, have been granted bail by a Federal High Court in Abuja. The Department of State Services, DSS, though argued the release of four out of the twelve. The detainees were admitted to bail by Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling just delivered on their bail applications, filed and argued on their behalf by lawyer Pelumi Olajengbesi. The judge rejected the fears and apprehension expressed by DSS lawyer, Mr Idowu Awo, that some of the detainees will flee the country as their leader, Sunday Igboho, have done if granted bail. The DSS told the court that it believes that the four Applicants would escape from the country like Igboho, once released from detention and would not make themselves available for further investigation or trial. It told the court that the principal of the four Applicants, Igboho, is currently standing criminal trial in the Benin Republic after he was declared wanted in Nigeria.
  3. Ibrahim David Salami, a lawyer to Yoruba activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo alias Sunday Igboho has revealed that the Nigerian government did not file any case against his client in court. Salami, during an interview with BBC Yoruba on Tuesday afternoon, disclosed that he was shocked to find out on Monday that Nigerian authorities did not have any representative in court or any extradition case as earlier reported against the embattled secessionist leader. Igboho has been in hot water since last week after he was arrested at the Cadjehoun airport in Cotonou, Benin Republic alongside his wife on their way to Germany. Salami said in Yoruba; “We’ve been at the court before 8:00 am, and we explained earlier that it was three stations -the first, is that of the prosecutor, the second is that of the investigating judge. But when we got to the prosecutor (8am to 2pm), he didn’t receive us on time, perhaps because he had a lot of works to do… after 2pm, he received us, and he explained that we would have to return to the investigating judge.” “And when we got to the investigating judge, which was about 3:00pm in the noon, he accepted us around 4:00pm… then we started talking till around 6:00pm… When we left there, it moved to judge of liberty, and detention, who would decide his fate. It was there we stayed till it was very late.” “What is surprising for me is that, since I started representing people as their lawyer, I haven’t seen such. At first, they said he’s on trial because he committed an offence in Nigeria, and his arrest in Benin Republic was on the order of the Nigerian government.. and that was what we were working on. But when we got to the prosecutor, we were told that it was only because of that, as Igboho didn’t commit any offense in Benin Republic, and nothing like the passport issue as it was speculated.” “They put him on trial due to the offense he allegedly committed in Nigeria, but when we got to the investigating judge, he told us a different thing entirely.. Sunday Igboho, however, defended himself, saying he didn’t commit any offense in Nigeria, and in fact, the Nigerian government has never for once queried him, and he didn’t go to the police station because of the alleged crime, not to talk of sleeping in a cell. Igboho said he was only making efforts to organize meetings, and championing cause for Yoruba nation, as against the Fulanis. And that was why the Nigerian government wanted to kill him, and that was why he ran away from Nigeria and came to Benin.” “So, it was when we left there, we went to meet the Liberty judge, who then asked Igboho, when did he enter Benin and how long was he in the country before his arrest…Igboho then explained that he left Nigeria on Sunday and came to Benin on Monday, and it was in the late hours of that day, he made efforts to secure tickets to go to Germany, then the judge asked him whose house did he live in before going to the airport… The judge was able to discover that Igboho didn’t spend up to a day in Benin before embarking on his trip to Germany.” “The judge said Igboho was part of some hoodlums who wanted to unleash mayhem in Benin. What surprised us was when the judge said it wasn’t because of what Igboho did in Nigeria that he was arrested. The judge said it wasn’t because Igboho committed an offense in Nigeria was why he was arrested. The judge said Igboho was arrested because he committed a crime in Benin, and pending the conclusion of the ongoing investigation about the crime he committed in the country, he had to send Igboho to prison.” He added that the Nigerian government possibly didn’t even file any case against Igboho. In his words; “Before God and man, there was no representative from Nigeria. No one came to stand as a representative from Nigeria to say, “try Sunday Igboho”.” “In fact, there was nothing in the case file that indicates the Nigerian government said he should be extradited.” “The case he has, as the Judges told us, is with the Benin Republic Government.” He revealed that the judges ordered that Igboho should be transferred to Prison until all those involved in his activities in Benin Republic are apprehended. Igboho is currently in a prison in Benin Republic pending the outcome of investigations.
  4. Saliu Adetunji, the Olubadan of Ibadanland, has sent a delegation to Cotonou, Benin Republic, to observe court proceedings in the trial of Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Igboho. Igboho was arrested with his wife at Cotonou airport on their way to Germany and placed in custody. The court freed Igboho’s wife last Thursday. A statement signed by Adeola Oloko, personal assistant/director of media and publicity to the Olubadan of Ibadanland, said those selected to be part of the delegation will be at the court in Cotonou, where Igboho’s case will resume today. The statement said, “Oba Adetunji stated this at his Popoyemoja, Ibadan palace on Sunday while exchanging views with some leaders of thought comprising Yemisi Adeaga, the president general of Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes and his executive members. Also at the meeting was senior chief Lekan Alabi, the Ekefa Olubadan. “Olubadan said it has become necessary in order to allay the fears of several people, including protesters who besiege Olubadan palace every now and then that Kabiesi is not folding his arms over the travails of Igboho. “Igboho lives in Ibadan, got married in Ibadan, rear children in Ibadan, built houses in Ibadan and as such he has the rights to be protected by Ibadan traditional institution within the ambit of the law just like any human being in Ibadan.” Olubadan stated that he is in constant touch with Yoruba prominent royal fathers, including Igboho royal crowns to allay public fears of a repeat performance of Yoruba-Fulani coalition of 1814. The statement added, “Students of Nigeria history may wish to be reminded that when some people, during the period under reference, chose to engage in territorial expansion to the sea, it took the Ibadan army under Balogun Oderinlo to repel the attack and stop the incursion near Osogbo.”
  5. Supporters of Yoruba Nation have vowed not to relent in their campaign for self-determination, declaring they will present their case at the 76th UN General Assembly in September. The Nation reports the umbrella body of Yoruba self-determination groups, Ilana Omo Oodua, had endorsed the ongoing petition being pushed by the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS), which urged the Federal Government to conduct a referendum. One of the leaders of Ilana Omo Odua, Prof. Wale Adeniran, in a zoom conversation organised by UK-based Heritage Multimedia TV on Tuesday evening monitored by The Nation, explained the UN General Assembly would be an opportunity to explain the Yoruba Nation agitation to world leaders. Adeniran, a pioneer Commissioner of Education in Osun State, and former Director of Institute of African Studies at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife disclosed he would speak to Prof. Banji Akintoye with respect to participating in the session as parts of efforts to consolidate the ongoing struggle. Checks by The Nation shows that the 76th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 76) will open on Tuesday, 14 September 2021 at New York, USA. The first day of the high-level General Debate will be Tuesday, 21 September 2021 and session will end Thursday, 30 September 2021. Adeniran said: “You’ve hit it right in front of the head, that’s a golden opportunity for us to present our case forcefully, before the entire world. “So that one week, impress it on all Yoruba people all over the world to descend on New York, and the UN general assembly. “I am going to point out to Prof. Akintoye that we would have to be part of the event in US.” While giving an update of the Yourba Nation petition submitted to the International Criminal Court (ICC), he said: “The ball is in our court to begin to push our case and continue to shout it. “We’ve submitted our letter and it has been acknoweled, it is now left for us to embark on aggressive propaganda for the ICC to look into case, you know they are humans too. “That we have filed a petition, is not sufficient, we have to keep making noise about it.” Akintoye, who spoke at the virtual session, charged all supporters not give up on the struggle. While he commended the efforts of media in supporting the struggle, he expressed dismay over those spreading false rumors and false reportage about Sunday Igboho.
  6. Supporters of the Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho have stormed his residence in Ibadan the Oyo State capital to demand the release of the agitator who is currently at the custody of security officials in Cotonou, Benin Republic, 9jaonline reports. Recall that Igboho was nabbed on Monday night in Cotonou while allegedly making moves to escape to Germany with his German wife. Newspremises had previously reported that Olayomi Koiki, an aide to Sunday Igboho called for a protest against his principal’s arrest. Koiki in a statement disclosed that the agitators would stage the protest on Wednesday afternoon in Ibadan, at Igboho’s residence in Ibadan. He said, “Please we beg all agitators to converge at Chief Sunday Igboho’s house for a peaceful demonstration to show the world the kind of person he is as one of the conditions given for his release. “Please let’s all be at his house in Soka, Ibadan, before 12 o’clock today, thanks and God bless Yoruba nation now.”
  7. More facts emerged on Wednesday about how Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Igboho, initially escaped from security operatives at the airport in Cotonou, Benin Republic, but was lured back to the place through phone calls by one of his travel agents. Already, Igboho’s lawyers, led by Yomi Aliu, SAN, had moved to Benin Republic where they had joined up with Beninese lawyers in readiness for a legal battle to prevent the activist’s extradition to Nigeria. “You know that he has been under watch and he is someone who talks to too many people. These telephone calls were used to trail him and he was intercepted in Cotonou. “He initially escaped from the airport when the security operatives wanted to arrest him. But the travel agent called him back saying the matter had been resolved. But on getting back, he was arrested with his wife. “A lot of people made efforts to resolve the matter but we discovered that the Nigerian Ambassador to Benin Republic (Tukur Buratai) was already aware and he said that he (Igboho) must be extradited,” a source said. Another source noted that Igboho and his wife were detained at the “Benin Republic Criminal Police cell”, adding that “Buratai would have gone to the police station because he was the one that told them to arrest him.” The source noted that the German Embassy was intervening in the matter because Igboho’s wife is a German citizen. He added, however, the Nigerian Government could mount pressure on Benin Republic and extradite Igboho today (Wednesday). “I was told they (Nigerian government officials) are coming today. My prayer is that he should remain in Cotonou or be allowed to go to Germany because I don’t know what would happen to him in Abuja,” the source said.
  8. The Lagos State Police Command on Thursday said it is currently on red alert to ensure that the planned rally in the state by the popular Yoruba appraisal group is thwarted. Intelligence revealed that the yoruba were mobilizing for a mega rally in the state on Friday despite the arrest of some yoruba agitators at the July 3 rally which took place at the Gani Fawehinmi Freedom Park, Ojota. The police command, in a statement issued and made available to reporters on Thursday evening, urged parents and guardians to warn their children and ward against protesting against the federal government. “The Command strongly warns against any rally or mass gathering in any part of Lagos State, as such will be tantamount to jeopardising the security system of the country at this moment and expose the participants of the proposed rally and innocent people of Lagos State to avoidable deaths, and other social/economic vices. “The Police and other security agencies in the state have been on red alert to prevent any unlawful rally and lawlessness in any part of the state, while parents and guardians are urged to warn their children and wards not to involve themselves in any protest which will alter the unity of the country. “The ugly incident recorded at the Oodua Republic Rally of 3rd July, 2021, at the same area of Ojota, Lagos State, is still fresh in our memories, let alone the massive destruction of lives and properties experienced during the October 2020 End SARS violent protest in Lagos State.”
  9. The camp of Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Igboho, has denied that he was about to soft pedal or dialogue with the federal authorities. His spokesman, Olayomi Koiki stated this on Saturday while reacting to Friday’s offer by the Oluwo of Iwo, Osun State, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, to intervene in the face-off between government and Igboho. Koiki stated that there had been no contact between the monarch and the agitator lately. Koiki also denied that Igboho was about to drop the agitation for a Yoruba nation. Reacting to the development, Oluwo said only Igboho “can speak for himself” on whether he is ready for talks of not. “Nobody can speak for him,” he told The Nation.
  10. Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, has offered to intervene in the face-off between the federal authorities and Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Igboho. Oluwo, in a letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday pleaded for forgiveness for Igboho and asked that the order for his arrest be ‘slowed down’ to enable him (Oba) bring him to Abuja for possible peace talks. He expressed confidence that Igboho would drop his agitation for the * of a Yoruba nation. “He has pledged his readiness to listen to us,” the Oluwo said. He added: “I promise your Excellency that Igboho will mind his steps henceforth. He has suffered a lot. He would step down agitations. I will bring him for a peace talk at an appropriate time.”
  11. Various groups are planning a protest in Ibadan on Wednesday, following the raid by operatives of the Department of State Services of the Soka, Ibadan residence of Yoruba Nation Agitator, Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho. WuzupNigeria reported that the DSS confirmed a joint team of security operatives raided Igboho’s residence last week based on an intelligence report. Spokesperson for Igboho, Olayomi Koiki, in a live video monitored on Wednesday, stated that the Pro-Yoruba Nation protesters will gather at Soka, Ibadan for the protest. He said: “By Wednesday morning in Ibadan from Soka, Yoruba Nation agitators are to assemble at Ibadan for a protest as regards the recent development that has to do with Chief Sunday Igboho and other agitators “The Protest will head out from Soka. There will be a protest. Rally is what we have been doing, this time around we are doing a protest.” Details shortly
  12. Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka has tackled President Muhammadu Buhari after men of the Department of State Services invaded his house, killing his supporters. Soyinka said the Federal Government should apologise to Sunday Igboho over the illegal raid, according to a report by Channels Television. The DSS invaded Igboho’s house in Ibadan, Oyo State, early on Thursday based on intelligence it said it had received that he was stockpiling arms to cause chaos within the region. Igboho, who has been declared wanted by the DSS, had recently been calling for a ‘Yoruba Nation’ over what he has described as a ‘Fulani invasion’ of the South-West. In an interview with BBC Pidgin published on Monday, Soyinka said the government’s actions and rationale for invading Igboho’s home “stinks.” According to Soyinka, Igboho’s fight for freedom was preceded by criminal acts of enemies of Nigeria who “appear to be supported by the force of the State.” While Soyinka noted he doesn’t ‘like the sound of a Yoruba Nation’ anymore than he likes the sound of a Tiv or Igbo nation, he said the country must be restructured through the decentralisation of power. According to the erudite professor, Nigeria’s current structure was imposed upon the people by the military.
  13. The Nigerian Police have unleashed water canon on over 70 protesters who stormed the spellbound of Gani Fawehinmi Park, Lagos. Tribune Online sighted some white commercial buses conveying passengers adorned with charms, chanting “Let us go there. We are here for them.” This was even as some traditional worshippers in their white attire marched to the protest ground in solidarity for the agitation of a Yoruba Nation.
  14. Gunshots have been fired by policemen present at the Gani Fawehinmi Park in Ojota, Lagos as the Yoruba nation rally begins. This was after the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, addressed journalists at the venue saying no rally is allowed in Lagos. However, some Yoruba nation agitators dared the security operatives by spreading banners and flyers to announce their arrival and presence. A few minutes later, shots were fired and hot water from an armoured tank was sprayed to disperse them. Some of the agitators were seen getting dragged into an armoured tank by policemen.
  15. Commuters on the Berger axis of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway suffered delay as security operatives stopped passenger vehicles in search of Yoruba Nation agitators. Our correspondent, who passed the expressway, noticed that there is traffic in-bound of Lagos, causing about 15 minutes delay. The security operatives also barricaded the expressway, limiting the numbers of vehicles that could gain access to Lagos. The number of vehicle that could access Lagos State from Ogun State reduced to two instead of four. At Ketu, near the Gani Fawehinmi Park, security operatives also searched vehicles. They also blocked the routes leading to the venue of the protest and positioned vehicles at strategic locations. During the search at Ketu, one of the policemen asked if posters in or banners were in the vehicle. Some of passengers were also checked and asked if they had any weapon on them before diverting the vehicle to another route. At both locations, some passengers were asked where they are coming from and going to.
  16. The Department of State Services (DSS) has launched a manhunt for Sunday Igboho, Yoruba activist, after he escaped arrest when they raided his residence in Oyo state. Peter Afunanya, DSS spokesman, said the security agency recovered illegal arms — including seven AK-47 rifles — and thousands of ammunition from Igboho’s house. The agency also paraded 13 supporters of the activist who it said attacked its operatives during the raid on Thursday morning.
  17. The department of state security services has issued a statement on a raid it carried out in the early hours of Thursday at the home of activist and pro-secessionist, Sunday Adeyemo a.k.a Sunday Igboho. In a statement made available to POLITICS NIGERIA, signed by its spokesman, Dr. Peter Afunanya, Igboho and his boys engaged DSS officials in a gun battle. The statement read; "In the early hours (about 0134 hours) of today, 1st July, 2021, a joint team of security operatives raided the residence of Sunday Adeniyi Adeyemo a.k.a. SUNDAY IGBOHO at Soka, Ibadan, Oyo State. This was based on intelligence that he had stockpiled arms in the place. On approach to the residence, the team came under heavy gun attack by nine (9) men, suspected to be IGBOHO’s guards. Six (6) of them were armed with AK-47 gun and Three (3) others, with Pump-Action riffles." "In the course of the exchange, two (2) of IGBOHO’s armed men were gunned down while the rest were subdued and arrested. Only one operative who was shot by the assailants on his right hand sustained injury. He has however received medical attention and is very stable." "Afterwards, the team procedurally searched the house and subsequently recovered the following among others: i. Seven (7) AK-47 assault rifles; ii. Three (3) Pump Action guns; iii. Thirty (30) fully charged AK-47 magazines; iv. Five Thousand (5,000) rounds of 7.62mm ammunition; v. Five (5) Cutlasses, One (1) Jack knife, One (1) Pen Knife vi. Two (2) Pistol holsters; vii. One (1) binoculars viii. A wallet containing Five (5) US Dollars in one (1) Dollar denomination; local and international driver’s licences in his name, ATM Cards, a German residence permit No. YO2N6K1NY bearing his name; ix. Two (2) whistles; x. Fifty (5) Cartridges; xi. Eighteen (18) Walkie-Talkies; xii. Three Voodoo charm jackets/traditional body armour; xiii. Two (2) Laptops (One (1) Toshiba and One (1) Compaq); and xiv. His International Passport and those of many others (as displayed here). Further exploitation and forensic analysis are ongoing. Aside the items recovered from the building, about thirteen (13) suspects including twelve (12) males and one (1) female were arrested and brought to Abuja. While one suspect is being profiled, the other twelve (12) paraded here are: i. Abdulateef OFEYAGBE ii. Amoda BABATUNDE aka Lady K (female) iii. Tajudeen ERINOYEN iv. Diakola ADEMOLA v. Abideen SHITTU vi. Jamiu NOAH vii. Ayobami DONALD viii. Adelabe USMAN ix. Oluwafelumi KUNLE x. Raji KAZEEM xi. Taiwo OPEYEMI and xii. Bamidele SUNDAY. "This is Inform Nigerians and the world that Sunday IGBOHO and his group, in the guise of campaign for self-determination, have become well-armed and determined to undermine public order. This, the arrests and seizures are, no doubt, a confirmation of a grand plan by IGBOHO and his cohorts to wage a violent insurrection against the Nigerian State." "Alert foreign missions and licencing authorities within and outside Nigeria about this development and the possibility that IGBOHO could declare some of his personal permit and identity cards missing in order to seek their replacement." "Apprise stakeholders that the Five (5) AK-47 assault rifles recovered from the building are suspected to be those collected by IGBOHO’s men from Nigerian Customs and Immigration personnel at Idi Iroko, Ogun State." "The gun duel which lasted for an hour offered IGBOHO the chance to escape. Sunday ADEYEMO a.k.a Sunday IGBOHO is now on the run. IGBOHO may run as far as he can. He may hide as long as he wants. He might have attacked security operatives as his strength carried him. But this will be the end of his shenanigans. Soon, he will not have a hiding place. His strength will sure fail him. And the law will catch up with him. The law may be slow. But it will be steady." "Consequently, ADEYEMO/IGBOHO is advised to turn himself in to the nearest security agency. Those cheering and eulogising him may appeal to or advise him to do the needful. He should surrender himself to the appropriate authorities. He or anyone can never be above the law. Meanwhile, those arrested will be charged accordingly."
  18. The Department of State Services, on Thursday night confirmed that the joint security operatives gunned two allies of Sunday Adeyemo, a self-acclaimed activist popularly called Sunday Igboho. The secret police also paraded no fewer than 12 suspects arrested during the joint operation. At an ongoing briefing in Abuja, Spokesman of the service, Peter Afunanya, said Sunday Igboho is presently on the run. He vowed that the government will definitely track him. Details later…
  19. A wife of Yoruba activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo alias Sunday Igboho has been abducted by armed gunmen who attacked his Ibadan home on Thursday. This was announced by the leader of the Umbrella Body of Yoruba Self-Determination Groups, Ilana Omo Oodua (IOO), Emeritus Professor Banji Akintoye, while reacting to the invasion of the Ibadan, Oyo State Residence of Yoruba Nation Agitator, Chief Sunday Igboho at the early hours of today. In a statement made available to POLITICS NIGERIA, signed by his media aide, Mr. Maxwell Adeleye, Akintoye, a Renowned Historian, alleged that the attack was carried out by the elements of the Nigerian Army who were accompanied by International Terrorists hired by the Nigerian State. He also alleged that the Assailants were all dressed in Military Uniform and spoke French language fluently. He further said that the Gun Men killed Seven Occupants in the building and whisked Igboho's Wife and several others away. "This is an emergency response to an emergency matter by Ilana Omo Oodua. Around 1am today Thursday 1st July, 2021, the Ibadan, Oyo State Residence of one of the leading men in our struggle for Self-Determination in Yoruba Land, Chief Sunday Adeyemo fondly called Sunday Igboho was unfortunately attacked by Gun men." "I want to say to the whole world that the attack was carried out by the elements of the Nigerian Army who were accompanied by International Terrorists hired by the Nigerian State." "The Assailants spoke French Language fluently. Seven people were killed by the attackers, with their corpses taken away. Scores of people, including the Wife of Chief Ighoho, were also taken away by the Gunmen." "Let me state without any fear or intimidation that the Muhammadu Buhari led Administration was responsible for the war that has just been declared against the peace-loving people of Yoruba Land."
  20. The Soka Ibadan residence of Yoruba Nation Agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho was raided in the early hours of Thursday by yet-to-be-identified gunmen. The incident reportedly occurred around 1:30am. The media page of Igboho’s spokesperson, Mr Olayomi Koiki, in a live feed alleged some men adorning military uniforms carried out the attack It was observed Igboho’s vehicles, including his G-wagon, Prado Jeep, some valuable properties including furniture, and windows were destroyed. Bullet holes were found in cars parked in the premises while blood stains were seen at the premises. READ ALSO: Sunday Igboho To Join Nationwide Protest It was also alleged that some persons in the house including a close ally of Igboho identified as ‘Lady K’, were whisked away. It was learnt Igboho was not at home during the attack while some alleged he ‘mysteriously’ disappeared. Oyo Police Command was yet to confirm the attack.
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  22. Former governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has described the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), as a national mishap. Fayose who said this while lamenting the insecurity in the country said Buhari is the “Jonah in our boat.” He, however, urged Nigerians to endure the situation till 2023 when the next general elections will hold. “Nothing is wrong with Nigeria as a country and Nigerians as a people. Buhari is the national mishap and the Jonah in our boat.” “This insecurity is one too many and painfully, Nigerians will have to endure till 2023. I pray God keeps us till then,” he said on Twitter.
  23. Civil society organizations in Osun state thronged major streets of Osogbo, the state capital protesting against insecurity and bad governance in Nigeria. The protest, according to the Convener, Comrade Waheed Lawal, is to sensitize residents of the state to always stand against injustice and maladministration rather than dying in silence. The protesters took off from the popular Freedom Park at Old Garage and marched through station road where they addressed shop owners around Fagbewesa junction on the need to join the advocacy for better Nigeria. Comrade Waheed Saka who spoke at the Fagbewesa junction said despite the human and natural resources the country is endowed with, poor leadership has put the country in the wrong direction leading to untold hardship among the masses.
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