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Yoruba Tribe Always Destroy Their Warriors – Gani Adams

The Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, chief Gani Adams has expressed that Yoruba human beings usually smash their warriors.

He made this comment while he appeared as a visitor on Tuesday’s version of The Morning display on get up television.

He warned Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho towards being used and dumped with the aid of politicians.

The Aare Onakakanfo boasted that he has been in the business of combating for the liberation of the Yoruba race because he became 23 years antique.

He also expressed that he has found the way human beings can without difficulty turn towards heroes once they experience they’re not applicable in spite of such persons having authentic worries to combat for his or her human beings.

He said:

“The same folks who attacked and condemned us in 2015 the use of social media at the moment are coming to portray themselves as activist to use Sunday Igboho.

“Now, we woke up to listen his (Sunday) house were given burnt. Who’re the human beings that went to burn Sunday Igboho house and no longer in the forest?

“the difficulty with Sunday Igboho’s braveness now could be that he has been used to break some political enemies.

“I commenced this struggle when i was 23 years, OPC changed into no longer even shaped then, I risked everything for Yorubaland. I didn’t surrender.

“How can someone now pop out – Sunday Igboho –and use his braveness of sooner or later to damage someone who has been within the conflict for 28 years. There is a greater than meets the eye.

“Yoruba usually smash their warriors on the quit of the day. Approximately 78 in keeping with cent of these that fought for the human beings, they destroyed them. We understand what took place to Abiola. Numerous the folks who asked him to declare himself as a president ran far from him when he become arrested. It become just a few people in NADECO that stood by means of MKO Abiola.”

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