Yoruba activist, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly called Sunday Igboho, has again served eviction notice on killer Fulani herdsmen in the six South West states of Nigeria.
According to Premium Times, Igboho gave the notice in an interview anchored by his spokesman, Oluyomi Koiki, on Wednesday.
Igboho said he would personally monitor and ensure compliance with the eviction notice beginning from Monday.
He said: “We want all Fulani on Yoruba land to leave. I myself will monitor compliance to the eviction notice.
“I don’t issue an order without ensuring compliance. As from Monday, we don’t want to hear of any kidnapping in Yorubaland again. I will show them the stuff Yoruba people are made of.
“Tell President Buhari, if he doesn’t understand Yoruba, tell him in English Language that we don’t want bandits in our zone again. Work has begun already, and as from Monday, I will begin combing all forests in Yoruba land.
“How can six million people be commanding about 250 million other Nigerians? Marriage is not by force. We can’t live with you again.
“Yoruba nation is a vehicle of salvation and I want all Yoruba to board the vehicle and have their seats.
“There is no going back on the agitation for the Yoruba nation. How can we go back when we are almost at our destination? Those who have not joined us should do so now because there’s no election coming in 2023. Yoruba will go.”
Igboho in January led a group of men to Igangan in the Ibarapa axis of Oyo State to eject the Seriki Fulani of Igangan, Salihu Abdulkadir, whom he accused supporting criminal herdsmen responsible for the kidnapping and killing of farmers and residents of the community.
The move set him on a collision course with the Federal and Oyo State governments, who argued that every citizen of the nation has the right to reside and ply their trades in any party of the country.
Igboho also proceeded to neighbouring Ogun State to evict herdsmen from the state, during which he vowed to dislodge all Fulani herdsmen from Yoruba land.