Ladoja wants FG to grant amnesty for Sunday Igboho, Nnamdi Kanu
Former governor of Oyo, Rashidi Ladoja, requested the amnesty of the Federal Government to be granted Sunday Adeyemo alias Sunday Igboho to the Nation of Yoruba agitator; the Leader of the Biafra Prohibition Indigenous People, Nnamdi Kanu He told reporters on Tuesday in his residence in Bodija. He said it.
Ladoja remarked that, “Boko Haram has been declared amnesty by the Federal Government. Igboho and the IPOB leaders must be declared amnesty as well. “Sunday Igboho, like Kanu, was also a leader for certain people, they were upset about what they thought. ” The leaders of Yoruba, notably Oyo’s Alaafin, have complained of atrocities by suspected herders and have done little so far..
“Members of Boko Haram were caught by the government a year ago and released to the authorities of Borno State. “In the setting of murders in the Oyo State Ibarapa Axis Sunday Igboho was created. ” Nobody was arrested for that and they were eventually released, although they were arrested. That’s why people used to help themselves.”
Previously, after four years on run, leader of the Biafran Separatist Nnamdi Kanu was caught and returned to Nigéria. Kanu chairs the proscribed indigenous people of Biafra who are agitating for the ethnic Igbos in South-East Nigeria for a distinct biafran state.
This month was later scheduled for the Kanu “terrorism” trial.