Following his attack on first class monarch in Yorubaland, the businessman turned Yoruba right activist, Sunday Adeyemo popularly called Igboho has apologised.
After his attack on Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi, a lot of Yoruba descents home and abroad has frowned at Igboho for uttering disrespecting statement against the monarch and other Yoruba leaders.
He attacked Ooni and Yoruba leaders like Bola Tinubu, Gov. Seyi Makinde and others, calling them ‘Fulani slaves’ for not speaking in favour of Yoruba against Fulani killer herdsmen.
However, the former Nigerian Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode revealed he has called him and has felt remorsed.
Fani-Kayode said: “I just spoke with Sunday Igboho and he confirmed to me that what he said about our reverred Ooni of Ife was said in the heat of the moment.
“He expressed his regrets and I was relieved to hear that. To err is human and to forgive is divine. I appeal to Kabiyesi to forgive him.
“For the record let me state clearly and categorically that NO Ooni of Ife, whether living or dead, has EVER been a slave of the Fulani and neither will they ever be.
“I can also confirm that my friend and brother Seyi Makinde, the Governor of Oyo state, is a deeply courageous individual who would never bow before anyone let alone be a slave to the Fulani.
“We in the South West must remain united in our quest for liberty and justice and in the face of the common enemy and we must move forward as one.
“No-one can dispute the fact that
Sunday has fought hard and done well.
“He has won the respect of all and sundry in Yorubaland and he has inspired millions of our people all over the world.
“Let us forgive him for this slip and continue to support and pray for him”, he appealed.