During an interview with the diaspora panel, the popular yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho, continues his fight to evict the Fulani community that has been aiding and abetting the activities of the herdsmen in Igangan and other yoruba communities in southwest, Nigeria. He claimed that the Fulanis have a hidden motive and the time has come for them to pack their loads and go.
Igboho noted that after the killings of Oyo businessman, Fatai Aborode, and Alhaja Serifat Adisa, the state government has not brought the perpetrators to book as promised and the incidents may have been swept under the carpet like many others.
Sunday Igboho stated on the diaspora panel talk show that the treat to arrest him will not stop his pursuit to evict the herdsmen and their cohorts. He further stated that the Fulani herdsmen are dangerous, and to avoid further killings, they must leave Yoruba land.
The diaspora panel is monitoring the situation. Governments of Canada, US, and Ireland, Amnesty international and other international organizations have been informed and are closely monitoring the situation.
Written by: Diaspora Panelists