Call Sunday Igboho and his people to order so that Fulani herdsmen issues will not escalate to ethnic war – Indigenes tells Gov. Seyi Makinde

Call Sunday Igboho and his people to order so that Fulani herdsmen issues will not escalate to ethnic war - Indigenes tells Gov. Seyi Makinde

Wale Adetona has urges Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde to call the Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho and his people to order for Fulani herdsmen issues not to escalate to an ethnic war.

The Global News Nigeria learnt that Sunday Igboho and his people have been chasing away Fulani herdsmen from Igangan in Oyo State.

“I only hope Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde would find wisdom to treat this Fulani herdsmen brouhaha in a way that it won’t escalate further to an ethnic war. Especially calling Sunday Igboho and his people to order so that the government can engage and act legally.”

A Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho, made good on his threat to expel Fulanis from Igangan in Oyo State.

Igangan is a community in Ibarapa North Local Government Area.

Last Friday, Igboho and his supporters stormed the area and gave the Fulani one week to leave.

The grassroots mobilizer issued the deadline when he confronted the Seriki Fulani, Saliu Kadri.

Igboho accused Kadri’s subjects of killing Yoruba individuals.

He listed the assassination of Oyo businessman, Fatai Aborode, Alhaja Serifat Adisa and her children, an Igangan prince, among others.

Igboho disclosed he acted on the request of traditional rulers.

The monarchs protested they were helpless about incessant killings and kidnappings.

The Oyo State Government condemned the quit notice.

Governor Seyi Makinde warned against eviction of any ethic group and vowed to deal with troublemakers.

Igboho has called his bluff as he ordered the Fulani out today

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