Sunday Igboho appoints spokesman, to no longer grant interviews
Sunday Adeyemo, a self-acclaimed Yoruba rights activist, better known as Sunday Igboho, has appointed a spokesperson.
The yoruba ‘warlord’ says he will no longer grant interviews as he noticed some fake news about him has been gaining popularity.
In a short viral video, Igboho introduced one Olayomi Koiki whom he said would henceforth speak on his behalf.
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Igboho said: “I have been seeing fake news flying here and there, some said I’m not scared of civil war, any news that you see henceforth that is not from Koiki don’t believe it.
“Anything Koiki says about me is true because we sleep and wake up together every day.”
Igboho also denied calling for civil war in an interview he granted.
He said: “This fight is not about civil war, it is about the killer herdsmen who are killing our people.”
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