Miyetti Allah Group Reacts To Sunday Igboho’s Release, Wants Him Returned To Nigeria For Prosecution

The leader of cattle breeders association of Nigeria, Miyetti Allah has reacted to the release of the Yoruba nation agitator, saying that he should be returned to Nigerian for prosecution.

Sunday Adeyemo who is popularly known as Sunday Igboho was released from detention by Benin Republic on Monday March 07, 2022, after spending over two hundred and three days at detention.

Recall that the embattled Yoruba Nation Agitator was declared wanted by the federal government of Nigeria for allegedly stocking arms in his house he escaped to Benin Republic where he was arrested.

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Commenting on his release, National Secretary of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Saleh Alhassan urged the Benin Republic to handover Sunday Igcboho to Nigeria to face trial.

Hear him: “They should quickly bring him (Igboho) back for trial, so that he can be behind bar like Nnamdi Kanu because he is a threat to peace and security of this country.

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“Nigerian authorities should bring him back and put him into trial. He is an eminent threat to the country, since he left, have you heard of any killing in the South West again? Let’s be honest, that means he was the one instigating it.

“Ask yourself, since he left, have you heard about the herdsmen palaver? The government should behave like the Russian government and deal with all those who want to destabilize this country.

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“The government in Benin Republic should release him to the Nigerian government; he is a wanted man here in Nigeria. He should be released to the Nigerian government for onward trial for the crime he has committed against humanity.

“With the burning of the palace of the Sarkin Fulani of Oyo State and killing of seven people; he is wanted for trial, he also attacked custom officers. He should be brought back to Nigeria to face the law,” he said.

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