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Sunday Igboho Made A Straightforward Situation More Complicated By Attempting To Evade Arrest

I’m not sure what Chief Sunday Adeyemo knew or felt that prompted him to embark on an unnecessary voyage. Igboho lacked the necessary equipment for the journey he attempted, as evidenced by his failure even after leaving Nigerian territory. The fact that he was swiftly apprehended demonstrates that he lacked the necessary resources and reach to pull off the escape he desired. Capturing him demonstrates that he did not receive the best advise and guidance except he chose to ignore it.

What is available in public space about Igboho is chiefly about pushing for the creation of a Yoruba Nation in Nigeria. A venture he and others have undertaken since his emergency as the champion and protector of the Iganga people from the nefarious activities of Fulani herdsmen. His campaigns for the creation of the Yoruba Nation from the Nigeria state have largely been free of destruction of lives and properties.

We have been constantly told of their right to self-determination as a people in light of their pursuit of the Yoruba Nation. Other prominent participants of the movement have not been visited or hunted by security officers, and they have not gone on the run like Mr. Igboho. Professor Banji Akintoye is not said to have had any run-ins with security personnel over the Yoruba Nation matter.

Yes, the Department of State Security Services, DSS, conducted a raid on his home, which resulted in the death of Igboho’s lieutenant. DSS made assertions about what they found in Igboho’s home, claims that Igboho denied were accurate. After the raid, he slipped underground just as an arrest warrant was issued. But why did he feel compelled to flee? What evidence did the DSS have against him that made him escape the country? It’s possible that we’ll never know for sure.

The struggle for the Yoruba Nation has not been blighted like that of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. So, all Igboho needed to do was to invoke or institute a court process about the claimed right to self determination. He had the option of challenging the arrest order issued for him in court through lawyers; we did not see him make this move. He has the right to sue the DSS over their raiding his home, especially when there is a claim that arrests cannot be made at night. We did not see him act in this direction.

Another simple thing for an innocent person to do is to surrender to constituted authorities; but, Mr. Igboho chose not to do so because he did not take the other options. He made the decision to leave the nation. If submitting himself would have resulted in a lengthy prison sentence, he may have depended on the Nigerian legal system’s malleability to get him out in the first place. In the worst-case scenario, they’ll make up medical issues to get him released. His plea for clemency would have been pushed by the Yorubas, and even the Oluwo of Iwo had begun an appeal on his behalf.

Could it be that the allure of stepping out of the country via one of the several routes in the South West was too much to resist? This is something I seriously doubt. It’s possible that Igboho is aware of a significant DSS investigation into him, which explains his decision to embark on the now-famous voyage to Cotonou, where he is being held.

Currently, if the Benin Republic delivers Igboho to Nigeria, he will have even more to deal with. This is an excellent example of how not to overcomplicate a straightforward situation

I’m not sure what Chief Sunday Adeyemo knew or felt that prompted him to embark on an unnecessary voyage. Igboho lacked the necessary equipment for the journey he attempted, as evidenced by his failure even after leaving Nigerian territory. The fact that he was swiftly apprehended demonstrates that he lacked the necessary resources and reach to pull off the escape he desired. Capturing him demonstrates that he did not receive the best advise and guidance except he chose to ignore it.

What is available in public space about Igboho is chiefly about pushing for the creation of a Yoruba Nation in Nigeria. A venture he and others have undertaken since his emergency as the champion and protector of the Iganga people from the nefarious activities of Fulani herdsmen. His campaigns for the creation of the Yoruba Nation from the Nigeria state have largely been free of destruction of lives and properties.

We have been constantly told of their right to self-determination as a people in light of their pursuit of the Yoruba Nation. Other prominent participants of the movement have not been visited or hunted by security officers, and they have not gone on the run like Mr. Igboho. Professor Banji Akintoye is not said to have had any run-ins with security personnel over the Yoruba Nation matter.

Yes, the Department of State Security Services, DSS, conducted a raid on his home, which resulted in the death of Igboho’s lieutenant. DSS made assertions about what they found in Igboho’s home, claims that Igboho denied were accurate. After the raid, he slipped underground just as an arrest warrant was issued. But why did he feel compelled to flee? What evidence did the DSS have against him that made him escape the country? It’s possible that we’ll never know for sure.

The struggle for the Yoruba Nation has not been blighted like that of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. So, all Igboho needed to do was to invoke or institute a court process about the claimed right to self determination. He had the option of challenging the arrest order issued for him in court through lawyers; we did not see him make this move. He has the right to sue the DSS over their raiding his home, especially when there is a claim that arrests cannot be made at night. We did not see him act in this direction.

Another simple thing for an innocent person to do is to surrender to constituted authorities; but, Mr. Igboho chose not to do so because he did not take the other options. He made the decision to leave the nation. If submitting himself would have resulted in a lengthy prison sentence, he may have depended on the Nigerian legal system’s malleability to get him out in the first place. In the worst-case scenario, they’ll make up medical issues to get him released. His plea for clemency would have been pushed by the Yorubas, and even the Oluwo of Iwo had begun an appeal on his behalf.

Could it be that the allure of stepping out of the country via one of the several routes in the South West was too much to resist? This is something I seriously doubt. It’s possible that Igboho is aware of a significant DSS investigation into him, which explains his decision to embark on the now-famous voyage to Cotonou, where he is being held.

Currently, if the Benin Republic delivers Igboho to Nigeria, he will have even more to deal with. This is an excellent example of how not to overcomplicate a straightforward situation.

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