- Reports that Sunday Igboho was invited by the police over his agitation for a Yoruba nation has been debunked
- A real estate agent in Oyo state recently revealed that letters of invitation were sent to Igboho following allegations of criminal acts
- Recall that the Yoruba freedom fighter rejected two invitations from Nigeria's former Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu
A report by The Nation indicates that Sunday Adeyemo, a Yoruba activist popularly known as Sunday Igboho was invited for questioning by the police over his alleged involvement in criminal acts.
This was made known by Alhaji Waheed Adetunji, a real estate agent in Ibadan, Oyo state who provided some documents as evidence to back up his allegations against Ighoho.
According to him, the recent police invitation to Igboho was not because of his agitation for Yoruba nation.
Adetunji in a statement also berated the Oyo state police for reportedly shielding the Yoruba activist from arrest and prosecution.
The complainant went on to note that he had used every means to get Ighoho arrested over the illegal acquisition of a property at Idi-Mango village road, Soka area, on Lagos/Ibadan expressway, TVC News reports.
He alleged that Igboho's strong connection with the police is frustrating efforts to get him arrested.
The real estate agent noted that after many failed attempts to arrest lgboho in Ibadan, Alagbon police station in Lagos state was contacted by the force's headquarters in Abuja to intervene.
This has led to the arrest of Ighoho’s lawyer some of his boys, however, the activist has been hiding under the emancipation of the Yoruba race to evade prosecution.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that two invitation letters sent by the former Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu to Igboho were rejected.
The Yoruba activist revealed that his security operatives refused to accept the letters due to security reasons.
Igboho in a statement by his media aide, Olayomi Koiki, said the letters were sent on Thursday morning, April 1, to him via a courier service and another around 3 pm with about 15 police officers.