Why Sunday Igboho cannot be captured like Nnamdi Kanu – Satguru Maharaj Ji


Satguru Maharaj ji, the founder of One Love Family has said that popular Yoruba freedom fighter, Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho cannot be compared in any way to the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

Guru Maharaj Ji who spoke on Wednesday said, unlike Sunday Igboho, Nnamdi Kanu was directing his followers to fight and fight. The prophet who accused Kanu of using his platform, Radio Biafra, to cajole his followers into fighting said, the Yoruba freedom fighter stopped the killing in the Ibarapa area of Oyo State and restored peace to the community.

“Everybody has the right to present themselves, you can’t compare Ighoho with Nnamdi Kanu who has a radio station telling the people to fight and fight, even though we can’t be sure it is the Kanu’s boys who go about burning down police stations everywhere for any reason or so ever. Sunday Igboho stopped the Killings going on in Ibarapa; that was how he won my love. I supported him in that area, he stopped those doing evil,” he said.

It could be recalled that while Nnamdi Kanu is fighting for the Republic of Biafra, Sunday Igboho is rooting for a Yoruba Nation or the Oduduwa Republic.

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It was reported last week that Sunday Igboho has been declared wanted by the Nigerian Police following a recent raid launched by the Department of State Services (DSS) o his residence in the Soka area of Ibadan

Meanwhile, IPOB leader, Kanu was recently rearrested by the Nigerian government and repatriated to Nigeria.

The IPOB leader is believed to have been apprehended in Kenya, though the Nigerian government is silent on where he was nabbed.

However, both secessionists are currently leading the vanguard for the Oduduwa Republic and Biafra. (Daily Independent)

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