JUST IN: Yoruba nation to Protest at British Parliament over Sunday Igboho


Yoruba nation protesters are set to protest at the British parliament in London against the raid on Sunday Igboho’s home on July 1st 2021.

It will be recalled that the Department of state security, DSS raided Igboho’s home killing two people and recovering several arms and ammunition, bloody charms and various communication devices.

According to Igboho’s spokesman, Oluyomi Koiki, the agitators will gather at the Parliament Square in London on the July 21st. He stated;

“On the 1st of July was an assassination attempt on the life of Chief Sunday Igboho. The DSS with the Nigeria Military and French-speaking mercenaries came around 1:30am without a search warrant and kept firing for more than two hours.”

“They killed two innocent Yoruba men. One was shot at point-blank while the second was murdered, both bodies were taken away. Also 12 Yoruba are still kept at the underground cell of the DSS without committing an offence. The property was damaged; there are bullets holes all over the house. Money and jewellery were stolen but not declared. Those arrested need medical attention as soon as possible.”

“If Black Lives Matter, why is the world quiet when it comes to Yorubas. The government has refused to allow those in the custody of the DSS access to their lawyers because orders from above won’t allow it.”

“Are we going to continue like this when we say enough is enough? Chief Sunday Igboho is not a criminal. The Government has refused to find out the locations of bandits and Boko haram killings thousands of Nigerians daily.”

“Next week, join the protest in London, 21st July 2021 in front of the parliament. #IStandWithSundayIgboho.”

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