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Sunday Igboho: How Yoruba nation can be achieved without a single bullet

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Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Ighoho, has called for peace, saying the struggle can be achieved without firing a bullet.

Igboho, who was released from detention in Benin Republic a few days ago, stated this in a statement issued and made available to the press on Thursday by his counsel, Yomi Alliyu.

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According to the statement, Igboho, who called for calm among his supporters, however, vowed not to relent in the push for self-determination, thanking those who relentlessly worked towards his release from detention.

Ignoho explained that self-determination can be better achieved through dialogue instead of war, citing the ongoing war in Ukraine and the violence in some parts of Southeast.

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“He continues to preach against war, seeing what is happening in Ukraine and some parts of Igboland in Nigeria. He implored all, especially his kinsmen at home and in the diaspora, to embrace dialogue in their quest for self-determination without heating up the very fragile situation in Nigeria.

“He believes that their ambition will be achieved without firing a bullet as he used to say at rallies,” the statement read.

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The activist appreciated Chief Dele Momodu for being the only Yoruba man of note who visited him in Cotonou prison prior to his release.

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