Taiwo Adisa, Chief Press Secretary to Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, says the procedure of giving removal sees utilized by mainstream Yoruba rights lobbyist, Sunday Adeyemo, notable as Sunday Igboho, can’t work in tackling the security challenges going up against the South-West state.
Adisa expressed this on Thursday at a virtual municipal center with the International Alliance for Justice and Peace, a Diaspora-based common society association with interest in Nigeria.
Talking on the theme, ‘Fulani Herdsmen’s Violent Rampage In Ibarapa: What Is The True Situation?’, the lead representative’s associate said the state was in no type of rivalry with Igboho.
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The PUNCH had revealed that Igboho gave a seven-day quit notice to herders blamed for hijacking, assault, farmland obliteration, among different violations in the Ibarapa territory of Oyo and upheld same.
He had additionally stood up to herders blamed for threatening ranchers and occupants in the Yewa zone of Ogun State.
There have been retaliations as criminal components have since assaulted and executed a few ranchers and occupants of the host networks.
Talking on Thursday, Makinde’s helper focused on that the state has nothing against Igboho except for his procedure was not something the state could investigate due to the potential repercussions.
Adisa said, “The state isn’t in any opposition with Sunday Igboho. The issue is about procedure, the technique that he thought of can’t work in this climate since, in such a case that you go yelling to individuals of other ethnic stocks to leave your local area, the threat there is that your own kin who are likewise in their various networks, the others will release fear on them.
“For what reason would you like to uncover your kin who are guiltless, who are not successfully discolor their own picture or their families’ and who are living calmly in those networks?