Popular Yoruba activist, Chief Sunday Igboho has declared that he is not fighting any longer for the Yoruba people if they do not rise up.
In an interview with Mrs Esabode who is a YouTube personality and journalist, Sunday Igboho said he has played his part in the fight and others need to rise up.
” I’ve played my part, I’m not leading anything anymore if others don’t rise up. If they rise up I will follow them. Others must stand up to do the needful,” he said.
Sunday Igboho revealed that his bank accounts that was frozen by the Federal Government have been unfrozen.
“It is true that my bank account was frozen but my Bank Manager told me today that they’ve unfrozen my accounts. He said I should send someone with cheque to make withdrawal for me.”
When asked to comment on the insecurity in the nation, Igboho said;
“No where is safe anymore, we don’t even have peace anymore. All of our brothers who lives in America cannot come back home because they are scared of being kidnapped. Look at the man that came from America, he was on his way back when they killed him at Ore. Imagine, what the Fulani did to that 13years old girl. They raped her and still make a video of it and posted it. What sort of rubbish is that, in our own land.”
On the ineffectiveness of the leaders, Igboho said;
“The people who we voted to speak for us are unable to do anything about it. To be honest, I’m tired of all this. What is the use of having leaders when the people you are leading are being killed and kidnapped. They even tried to dissuade me, first they burnt my house and then froze my accounts, must everybody keep quiet and be watching things to go on like this. They promised to arrest those that burnt my house, how did they intend to do that?”
Watch the video below;
Igboho rose to prominence in January 2021 when he gave a week ultimatum to Fulani herdsmen in Ibarapa to vacate the land after the killing of Dr. Aborode.
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