I haven’t stopped fighting for Yoruba Nation and there’s no turning back now

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Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho, is an activist for the Yoruba nation. He has said that his demand for a separate country for the Yoruba in Nigeria will not be changed.

Igboho spoke in a video that came out on Sunday to honor Francis Olushola Alao, Olugbon Of Orile Igbon, Ogbomosho, Oyo state, on his birthday.

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Igboho said that rumors that he had stopped fighting for Yoruba nation were not true, and he asked traditional rulers in the south-west to back the Yoruba nation movement.

“I, Sunday Adeyemo, and everyone who agrees with me on the Yoruba Nation issue, can’t go back. People say that we’ve stopped asking for Yoruba nation, but that’s not true. It’s just a rumor that hasn’t been proven. We want to be part of the Yoruba Nation, and we don’t want to be slaves because God has given us enough on our land to feed us.

“I want you Yoruba kings and queens to call a meeting and get together. You can see that our people are being killed everywhere, and this is not good. Please help us by getting together, and may you live long. Yoruba Nation, no going back.”

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