Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Igboho attended and addressed protesters at the rally organised in support of the agitation for a Yoruba nation.
The rally held on Saturday in Osogbo, the Osun state capital.
See how Nigerians on twitter are reacting below:
Sunday Igboho and his oduduwa republic agitators scattered by thunderstorm in Osogbo
Nigeria will succeed and her enemies will be destroyed. pic.twitter.com/7R1egkeDzV
— babybuhari (@buharifunke1) May 15, 2021
Popular Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo also known as Sunday Igboho, on Saturday, joined other agitators at the Nelson Mandela Freedom Park, Osogbo, the Osun State capital, to demand Yoruba Nation.
— Engr Ibinabo (@EngrIbinabo) May 15, 2021
I'll so much advise Yoruba kings to support Sunday igboho as at when it's fresh and necessary to do so because when the youth are all behind him and the battle is becoming real, their presence may not be valued anymore.
— iam_eniturn🍟 (@GambariAyomide) May 16, 2021
I watched those Sunday Igboho video & remembered 2016&2017 when Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was on top his game. He had everything going for him, the massive crowd that shutdown Owerri &Ebonyi. Then the Presidency foolishly sent in troops.
I wait to see if same will happen in the Southwest
— Mazi Chukwüdi° 💛💙🔴⚪ (@chuddyOzil) May 16, 2021
It wasn't a sign of approval from heaven oooo…
— MoghulPlay (@moghulplay) May 16, 2021
Let's look beyond the actualization of Yoruba nation. What role will Sunday Igboho be playing in her development?
Chief of army staff?
— thoughtful (@natonota) May 16, 2021
Sunday igboho have a stand.. buhari did not have, those criticizing Sunday igboho did not have…
Chief Sunday igboho is winning
— SEGUNNATION (@bendthina) May 16, 2021
Sunday Igboho hmn!
— emmanuel (@EOlutimehin) May 16, 2021
Are Ibo politicians intelligent, stupid or foolish. IPOB was holding prayers in Aba military opened fire and killing them. Yoruba politicians smarter/wise? Sunday Igboho, Yoruba agitators defied police and held rallies, no arrest or military confrontation. Shame Ibo betrayals.
— Chris Wuchi. (@ChrisWuchi) May 16, 2021