Oyo Government Is Not In Support Of Ultimatum Given To Fulani By Sunday Igboho Says Governor Makinde

Following the seven days ultimatum issued by Sunday Adeyemo to Fulani community in order to leave Oke Ogun Area of Oyo State, Governor Seyi Makinde has revealed that his government is not in support of Sunday Igboho’s move on the ultimatum given to the Fulani community according to the BBC news Yoruba.

Chief Sunday Adeyemọ popularly known as Sunday Igboho is the one who said that the evil act perpetrated by the Fulani people is Oke Ogun is too much.

Igboho said that this heinous act should come to an end that is why he asked the Fulani people to go back to where they came from.

Governor Makinde made it known that he had informed the security agency to start investigation on what Sunday Igboho has said.

Speaking further, the governor also explained that nobody sent Sunday Igboho to Fulani people. He added that according to law, all tribes are allowed to live in Oyo State.

When BBC Yoruba news went to meet Oyo State on the issue, spokesperson to Governor Seyi Makinde, Mr Taiwo Adisa revealed that the governor has sent to the Fulani head that they should not fear because nothing will happen to them in the state. He also explained that Governor Makinde said that Oyo State is for everybody to live peacefully.

Likewise, Governor Makinde said that he has warned Fulani people and the Yoruba people that peaceful coexistence is very important in Nigeria today. He said that Oyo State is not behind tribal segregation.

The governor revealed that Sunday Igboho wanted to cause trouble in Oke Ogun area in Oyo State which government is not in support of his motive.

Source: Mcebiscoo.com

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