Gunmen have reportedly invaded the house of Yoruba Nation activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho in Soka, Ibadan, Oyo State around 1:00am on Thursday morning. During the raid, some of the properties of Mr. Igboho, which include a Prado Jeep, G-Wagon, and some furniture were allegedly destroyed.
A woman identified as “Lady K” was also allegedly taken away during the raid.
Confirming this information, the spokesperson to Sunday Igboho, Mr. Olayomi Koiki revealed that Mr. Igboho’s house was attacked around 1:00 am on Thurday by men in military uniform. According to him, they were more than a 100 soldiers that arrived.
This is coming few hours to the planned Yoruba Nation Rally scheduled in Lagos State.
Chief Sunday Igboho, a Yoruba activist from Oyo State was born on October 10, 1972. He grew up in Modakeke area of Osun State. Mr. Igboho rose to popularity in 1997 following the significant role he played in the Modakeke-Ife communal crisis. In recent times, Mr. Igboho has garnered massive support, particularly from those from the Western part of the country, following his agitation for a Yoruba nation and his frequent confrontation of the Fulani-herders menace in Oyo State.