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ONGOING NOW: ‘No Retreat, No Surrender!’ Yoruba Nation Activists Protest in Ibadan, Give Reasons, Photos

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ONGOING NOW: ‘No Retreat, No Surrender!’ Yoruba Nation Activists Protest in Ibadan, Give Reasons, Photos

Information reaching IBOM FOCUS that Yoruba Nation Activists Protest in Ibadan

Supporters of wanted Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo also known as Sunday Igboho have taken to the streets of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, to protest last Thursday’s midnight raid by the Department of State Services on the residence of the Yoruba nation activist.

Yoruba Nation Activists Protest
Yoruba Nation Activists Protest in Ibadan

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The protesters gathered in front of Igboho’s house in the Sooka area of Ibadan from where they took to the streets around 12 noon on Wednesday and at the time of this report,the protest is still ongoing.

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They were heard chanting “No retreat, no surrender!”, “Oodua Nation!”, “Sunday Igboho is not a criminal!” amongst other phrases. They also carried placards displaying similar phrases.

Yoruba Nation Activists Protest
Yoruba Nation Activists Protest in Ibadan

A leader of the protesting youths, whose name was unknown as of the time of filing this report, addressed the gathering before they took off.

He said they would march to the palace of the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Adetunji; and from there proceed to the Government House, amongst other places.

“It is a peaceful demonstration; we are marching there to demand the release of the detained persons. We are not afraid of teargas, we are marching to demand the rights of our people.

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“We want them to bring the killers of Adogan and Alfa to book.

Yoruba Nation Activists Protest
Yoruba Nation Activists Protest in Ibadan

“The government must pay the N500m damages as requested by Igboho’s lawyer for the destruction of his house and property during the invasion.

“We want the Obas to make this happen within seven days,” he said.

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