Yoruba activist and Coordinator of the Movement for Yoruba secession, Mr. Sunday Adeyemo (aka Sunday Igboho), has stated his resolve not to condone with the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye on the loss of his son, Pastor Dare.
On a video he (Igboho) released on Sunday, he also enjoined his supporter to toe his line of action, saying the cleric has not lent his voice to his agitation and the numerous injustices that have been melted to Yoruba speaking of Nigeria.
Igboho who lauded some other religious leaders of Yoruba extraction also added in the video that any religious leaders that have refused to support his plans will also suffer the same calamity as that of Adeboye.
The activist stressed that his stance was based on the suffering that many Yoruba speaking people have been suffering in their homeland as well as across the country from the Fulani ethnic nationality, whom he accused of carrying out continued armed attacks on them without any call for caution.
“I cannot sympathise with Baba Adeboye. Why should I? Adeboye did not support our Yoruba agenda despite his influence. So, why should I sympathise with him over his son’s death?
“This is just the beginning. God will continue to kill the children, wives, and relations of any Yoruba leader that does not support the secession plan from Nigeria”, the activist added.
Igboho, who spoke in Yoruba, debunked reports that the Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, had instructed that no rally should take place in the state.
The businessman turned activist hinted that he and other agitators will be visiting Osun State for a rally to further demand the succession of Yoruba from the country and urged Yorubas in the state to join the procession.
“I have been living in Oshogbo since 1985 and built houses there, so I know the state well and the residents of the state capital, Oshogbo, know me well. I can tell you I will be welcome there”, he said.
After the activities in Osun, he disclosed that the rally train will later move to Ekiti State where they were expected to meet the governor, Kayode Fayemi, and later to Kwara state.
Igboho described Fayemi as a true son of Yoruba ethnic group and a leader that every youth in the southwest should emulate his selfless service to the development of the country.
According to him, you all will notice that since we kicked start the movement, Fayemi has not said anything negative on our demands; that is toll tell you the type of leader he is. He believes in our agenda.
He, meanwhile, debunked claims that he was sponsored by politician and boosted that anyone that had proof of gift particularly financial should make it public.