Chief Sunday Adeyemo, A.K.A Sunday Igboho, an activist and Yoruba Nation agitator, has declared that no one can kill him.
This comes as he also promised that the planned Yoruba Nation rally in Lagos State on July 3, 2021, will not be thwarted by anyone.
He bragged that those who claim he will be attacked or killed if he visits Lagos for the rally will be powerless to stop him.
Igboho spoke as he accepted a vehicle presented to him by some donors in support of the agitation for an independent Yoruba Nation.
He went on to say that the planned rally will be peaceful because the organizers have no intention of causing trouble, and that the people of Lagos State will be there to greet him as well.
“Some people are just going around saying we shouldn’t come to Lagos because we’ll be killed, it’s a lie and it’s all false,” he says. Nobody has stated that he will assassinate Igboho in Lagos, and no one has said Igboho should not visit Lagos.
“I am a true son of the land; Lagos is a Yoruba territory, not a Hausa or any other tribe’s, so let us concentrate on the current struggle and Don’t let us get carried away with rumors.
“Although there are some degree of truth in rumours, we remain optimistic. Lagos is a Yoruba land, and the most of Lagos residents are Yorubas, and many are dissatisfied with the way Yorubas are treated.
“We are not afraid of anyone… We have held peaceful rallies in other southwest states, and our goal is simply to raise awareness. We will not be present. to Lagos in order to create crises or trouble. We are at peace.
Those who believe we will not hold the rally in Lagos are mistaken; we call on the Lagos state government to provide security operatives for the rally. On the specified date, protect the agitators.
“Lagosians are willing to welcome us peacefully on July 3; we are also coming with a peaceful mindset.”
Meanwhile, as reported earlier by Naturenex News, the Lagos State Police Command has stated that it is unaware of the Yoruba freedom fighter, Sunday. Adeyemo Igboho is planning a coup in Lagos.
According to Muyiwa Adejobi, the Police Public Relations Officer in Lagos, the police are not aware of any planned protest by the Yoruba activist.
Adejobi stated that when the command is informed of the planned mass rally in Lagos, it will respond appropriate