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Sunday Igboho: “It is a lie, Yorubas in diaspora only donates N4m not N51.8m

This comes on the heels of reports that Nigerians abroad have now donated over 51 million naira, It is a lie, it is only N4million naira. It is reported that within 15 hours of the bill being opened, the money has gone into it.

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A yoruba Activist, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho, on Friday, January 5, open up on the fund donated by Yoruba in Diaspora, saying that the Gofundme fund is only N4million and not N51.8million.

This comes on the heels of reports that Nigerians abroad have now donated over 51 million naira, It is a lie, it is only N4million naira. It is reported that within 15 hours of the bill being opened, the money has gone into it.

This comes on the heels of reports that Nigerians abroad have now donated over 51 million naira, It is a lie, it is only N4million naira. It is reported that within 15 hours of the bill being opened, the money has gone into it.

Sunday Igboho said:

“Yoruba abroad donate the money to buy buses, not for me, I don’t need money from anyone and I’ve never raised money from anyone to fight for the struggle of Yoruba race, I told them I don’t need it, but they compulsory it that they don’t donate money for Sunday Igboho, but for Yoruba security, to facilitate the transportation of a Yoruba race security to get ride of the Fulani herdsmen killers who are killing Yoruba people in Yoruba land.”

Maureen Badejo, Spokesman to Sunday Igboho reveals that the fund was found to be worth £9, 450 (N4.8m) within 18 hours.

Meanwhile, one of Igboho’s followers, who spoke to Globalgistng but did not want to be named, said the amount they had collected was less than what people were claiming to have received.

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He confirmed that the Gofundme fund had indeed been opened for Sunday Igboho.

He added that a group of Yoruba people abroad had taken the initiative and had found the four million within 15 hours of opening the fund.

Igboho and his followers recently move to Oyo and Ogun states to warn the Fulani not to resort to violence, otherwise they will be left to fend for themselves.

According to our sources, Igboho left Ibadan for Ogun State on Monday, February 1.

The leader of the Miyetti Allah group in Yorubaland, Muhammed Kabir Labar, said Sunday Igboho’s incident in Ibarapa had also happened in Ogun State.

But some Nigerians have slammed the move, The likes of Dami Ayinde , one of the daughters of popular fuji singer, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal who has taken to her snap chat account to blast people donating money for Sunday Igboho.

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