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Sunday Igboho vows to shut down Lagos July 3

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Self-styled Yoruba Nation activist and freedom fighter, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, has declared that nothing can stop the Oduduwa Republic agitators from shutting down Lagos in a mega rally on July 3.

Igboho made the vow on the back of a warning by the state police for the agitators to stay away from Lagos just as the Yoruba Nation activists have staged rallies in some parts of the South-West, calling for the separation of Oduduwa Republic from Nigeria.

In a statement on Monday by Igboho’s spokesman, Olayomi Koiki, the activist said the rally is slated to take off from the Ojota Park and no power can stop the movement.

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“We are sending a peaceful message to Governor Sanwo-Olu. We do not mind any other person who is saying we should not come to Lagos.

“Sanwo-Olu is the chief security officer of the land and we are coming to Lagos.

“July 3rd is the most important date; nobody can say we should not come to Lagos. It is a peaceful rally.

“We have gone to Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Ekiti and we had peaceful rallies, so nobody can stop us from not coming to Lagos.”

By Isaac Dachen

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