The police in Ogun State has warned the Yoruba right activist, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho to stop attack on Fulanis unless he would be arrested.
According to the police, the recent attacks on Fulani herdsmen’s settlements must stop henceforth.
Police threatened that kingpins, procurers and counsellors of the hoodlums who attacked the Fulani settlement in Igua will also be fished out to face the law.
Police made the statement after four days Sunday Igboho visited Oja Odan, Igua and other communities to chase away those he called killer herdsmen.
LiveTimesNG reported that Sunday Igboho’s visit led to the burning of Sarkin Fulani of Igua’s house and a cattle market, even as the Ogun State Government said it did not request Sunday Igboho’s help in tackling the suspected killer herdsmen.
Reacting to the incident on Friday, the Ogun police command confirmed that “there have been some attacks in the past three days on herdsmen’s settlements in the State, especially in Yewa part of the State.”
Making a veiled reference to Igboho, the command said, “The attack on herdsmen’s settlements in Ogun State must stop now.”