The Outstanding Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo, popularly often called Sunday Igboho, challenged Oyo Governor Seyi Makinde to arrest him if he can overrule the eviction order he gave to Fulani herdsmen.
Governor Makinde countered Igboho’s seven-day ultimatum to Fulanis within the Igangan neighborhood of Ibarapa East local authorities over alleged kidnapping and banditry within the state broadcast.
The Governor of the state of Oyo emphasised that no one has the suitable to evict anyone from any a part of the state.
Igboho, who defied the order when he stormed Igangan on Friday 22 January, accused the governor of aiding herdsmen. He additionally recalled how Makinde relied on him in 2019 to win votes.
“You may carry all Fulanis to Yorubaland, for those who like, you unlucky ones. It is not going to be effectively with you.
“You might be threatening me in my fatherland with Fulanis. You’ll not prosper.
“Is it the Fulani’s that make the legal guidelines of the land? Have you ever forgotten whenever you had been ‘bankrolling’ me whenever you wished to grow to be Governor and all I did for you all in the course of the elections, and now you dare threaten me?
“Properly, I don’t imagine that you’re critical together with your threats but, till you carry all of the troopers and policemen to arrest me in my home, earlier than I do know you might be critical. You might be all fools.” He stated.