BREAKING: Sunday Igboho rejects to become head of Amotekun
Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has stated attempts to make him head of Operation Amotekun, a South-West safety network, are “embarrassing”.
Igboho stated this during an Instagram stay Chat with media multi-millionaire, Dele Momodu, on Tuesday.
He had asked herdsmen in Ibarapa nearby government vicinity of Oyo State to leave within seven days, blaming the leadership of the Fulani for being in the back of the rising insecurity in the nation.
On the expiration of his ultimatum, Igboho and his supporters reportedly stormed the Fulani settlement to eject the ones he described as “killer herdsmen”.
Then there have been reviews that Igboho had been requested to grow to be the pinnacle of the South-West protection outfit.
Whilst asked if he might be given the offer to end up Amotekun’s head, Igboho stated, “I won’t be tired until I attain my purpose of sending criminal Fulani out of Yorubaland.
“i’m not inquisitive about turning into the head of Amotekun. I’m no longer doing. I am not a hunter or a safety professional. What form of embarrassment is that (the provide)?
“no person have to try to set off me with any role. That isn’t always what I need. I’m asking them (governors) to ship all killer herdsmen out of our land. That is what I want.”