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    Yoruba Nation Supporters In London Protest Over Igboho’s Arrest, To Storm German Embassy

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    Jul 21, 2021

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    The Yoruba Nation agitators have said they will, today Wednesday, stage a protest at 10 Downing Street, London, United Kingdom, to demand the release of Yoruba nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, who was arrested by security operatives and detained in Benin Republic.

    This was confirmed by Olayomi Koiki, media aide to Igboho, on his Facebook live on Tuesday.

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    He called on all patriotic Yoruba indigenes in London to join in the protest as they would also take the protest to the German embassy.

    Koiki claimed that since the attack on his principal’s house by operatives of the Department of State Services, some supporters had staged a protest in Central London on a daily basis.

    He said, “Let’s give a bit more background. It is happening tomorrow in Central London. There will be a massive protest at 10, Downing Street. It will hold as planned. Please let’s make sure we bring ourselves down there. Igboho’s life was threatened. It was about to be terminated on July 1, 2021.

    “Tomorrow also, if you individuals want to do picketing right in front of the German embassies across the world, let’s not wait for anyone. What you should know is that after the attack on Igboho’s house on July 1, some people have been protesting in Central London, they stay there for one, two, three hours. You might think they don’t get noticed but you can’t tell who saw them.

    “We shouldn’t be intimidated or be cajoled or hide.”

    He had earlier written on his Facebook page, ”I stand with Sunday Igboho (Oosha Baba). Release the innocent detainees now. CSI is not a wanted man. We need international justification as a matter of urgency! Buhari! Leave Chief Sunday Adeyemo Igboho alone. Nigeria is a failed ex Nation. 1999 Constitution of that ex Nation is a fraud. Amalgamation is over.”

    SaharaReporters had earlier reported that the Yoruba Nation agitators would begin a protest by 12pm in Ibadan, Oyo State.

     

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