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Yoruba Nation Activist, Sunday Igboho, Vows to Return Home and Continue Struggle (VIDEO)

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IBADAN, Nigeria – Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Igboho, has pledged to return to Nigeria and resume his activism, much to the relief of his followers.

In a viral video obtained by The Trent on Wednesday, June 21, 2023, Igboho confirmed that he would soon return to his home city of Ibadan, Oyo State.

He further assured Yoruba’s that there was no cause for alarm, and he urged them not to be afraid.

Igboho stated: “I’m coming back to Ibadan; I’m originally from Oyo State. I’m coming back home. So, Yorubas should not be afraid, and nothing will happen; nobody can make the other person afraid.”

Additionally, Igboho emphasized that the Nigerian Government is now obliged to compensate him with N20 billion, as courts have cleared him of all charges he faced.

“The question I asked the Nigerian Government was in place, and the court has justified my demands. Also, the N20 billion Nigerian Government owes me will be paid,” Igboho said.


In 2021, following a raid on his Ibadan residence by the Department of State Services, DSS, which resulted in the discovery of weapons, Igboho fled Nigeria to Cotonou in the Benin Republic to evade arrest.

The DSS had launched a manhunt for him in the wake of the raid, triggering his decision to leave the country.

His vowed return raises new questions about the ongoing tensions between the Yoruba freedom fighter and the Nigerian government.

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