by Ayo Dada. Contributor – Ayo Ojo
There is no doubt, the attack on Sunday Igboho at his house, in the middle of the night is State sponsored. It is quite surprising that neither the State nor Federal government, nor Yoruba traditional rulers, nor top Yorùbá leaders and politicians have released statements to commiserate or condemn this dastardly and the cowardly attack that claimed lives and properties of innocent Yoruba citizens, while at the same time, innocent and unarmed Yorùbá sons’ and daughters’ were whisked away from the premises.
This is first of all, an unprovoked and needless attack, which is a blatant trespass and invasion of Chief Sunday Ìgbòho Òòsà’s private property.
Secondly, the fundamental right to private life was also breached by the security personnel attacked his property.
Thirdly, they have committed criminal damage to properties of Chief Sunday Ìgbòho Òòsà,
and lastly they allegedly committed gruesome murder of innocent and unarmed Yorùbá men as a result of the invasion to a private property.
The Federal and State governments must as a matter of urgency address the the Yorùbá people regarding what they know about security breach against Chief Sunday Ìgbòho Òòsà and his kinsmen.
Love or loathe him, Chief Sunday Igboho is a voice to reckon with, who is fighting a good fight (far from being over), and most importantly, he is articulating what most of our self acclaimed political leaders will not venture say, they are only for their bank accounts, it seems. Sunday may not be lettered, but woke Buhari from his deep slumber.
What have Yoruba people benefited from the forced union called Nigeria? Nigeria has never been, & will highly likely never be a nation, talkless a federation. This beggars the question; which way Nigeria?
Sunday Igboho is a great Yoruba son, who in many people’s books, remains an enigma.
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