● I lost properties worth N50m in inferno- Sunday Igboho

● I lost properties worth N50m in inferno- Sunday Igboho

Nairalovers Nigeria

Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly generally known as Sunday Igboho, has estimated the injury and loss suffered in the early Tuesday morning hearth at his residence at Soka, Ibadan, at N50million.

Speaking with journalists shortly after the hearth incident, suspected to have been brought on by arsonists, Igboho described the perpetrators as cowards.

Igboho was just lately in the information for giving an eviction discover to herdsmen in Igangan, Ibarapa North LGA of Oyo State.

The discover adopted allegations of killings, rapes and kidnappings levelled in opposition to the Fulani herdsmen in the group.

He mentioned that the home attacked by the suspected hoodlums was an outdated residence, including that the perpetrators did not have the guts to assault the place he lives.

“When the hearth began, they known as me and by the time I acquired there, the arsonist had fled.

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“They are cowards. Why can’t they come to where I live. You would have seen evidence because they won’t escape,” he mentioned.

On the hypothesis that he has been tipped to be the Commander of Western Nigeria Security Network (WNSN) codenamed Amotekun, he mentioned he was not in such.

“I don’t search such relevance. What I am saying is that the Fulanis herders which can be terrorizing my folks ought to go away the space.

“We want peace and that is all. I don’t need any political appointment or money from anybody. We only want peace in our area,” he mentioned.

Some residents, who spoke to NAN on situation of anonymity, mentioned the suspected hoodlums got here in a Toyota bus and Micra automotive round 3am on Tuesday.

They informed NAN that the suspected hoodlums shot sporadically into the air to scare away residents earlier than setting the home on hearth.


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