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Video: Iba Gani Adams(Aare Onakakanfo) is Part of the Movement- Sunday Igboho

Popular Yoruba activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly know as Sunday Igboho has yet again insisted on his earlier position that the Fulanis in Ibarapa region vacate the axis.

Sunday Igboho, had on friday january 15, 2020, visited the Igangan residence of the Seriki of the Fulanis in Oyo State, Alhaji Saliu Kadir where he issued a 7-day ultimatum for the fulanis in the zone to leave the region.

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During a live interview which was posted on Isokan Omo Yoruba Tv, Igboho dared Saliu Seriki of Fulanis to remain in Ibarapa if he had anything that was still not clear to anyone.

Answering questions on the support he had received to isssue a quit notice to the Fulanis in the Ibarapa region, he said. ”We are chasing Saliu Seriki from Ibarapa region to tell him that everyone in the Country has his own territory.

“I wonder why people are calling Aare-Onakakanfo all sort of names. He is part of this movement, including prominent traditional rulers in Yoruba land. If you want to know they are part of this movement, let anyone of them touch any Yoruba native on Friday in Ibarapa.

“The Fulanis have become giants obstacles on our land. This is what can never happen in the North. A whole doctor who came all the way from Germany was slain on his farmland.

Iba Gani Adams(Aare Onakakanfo) is Part of the Movement- Sunday Igboho

”Alhaja Subawah from Imeko who built a filling station in Ibarapa was killled in her station. Our ladies are being raped while herdsmen countinue to kidnap our fathers and mothers for ransom.

”If the political and traditional rulers in Yoruba land are happy about all these attacks, I dare Saliu Seriki to wait for us on Friday.

“They are threating us with Muhammadu Buhari. We will know the true owner of Yoruba land on Friday.” Igboho Said.

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