Events relating to Sunday Igboho is far from ending and as Sunday Igboho is currently battling with his sick health as revealed by his lawyer, he has dropped another bombshell and he said some politicians have been asking him and his wife to agree to and documents which they could use send to President Muhammadu Buhari and his cabinet members to demand his release from the prison.
In a report made by sahara reporters, this statement was revealed by Sunday Igboho’s Lawyer, Yomi Alliyu, who pointed out that any document claiming he authorised any politician was fake. In a statement made by Alliyu, Igboho said pressure had been mounted on him for quite sometime now by some Political office holders to sign specific documents which would facilitate his freedom.
The statement of Yomi Alliyu reads, “ We’ve been reliably informed that some politicians are trying to persuade our client, Igboho and his wife to give them his signature on some paperwork to use at the Nigerian President on his behalf.
“ Let the whole world know this, especially the administration, that Sunday Adeyemo is completely far away from any special love or abomination for any political party as he isn’t in any good relationship with the government let alone signing a deal with them”.
“ He, still, respects the six tagged governors of the south-west countries as authentic representatives of his Yoruba race. Any document reported to be signed by Igboho or his wife empowering or making anybody his prophet other than his personal lawyer should be disregarded and taken as fake. It’s disheartening that a discredited politician with infamous birth in Yoruba race and another sheltered security officer are pressurising our client and his wife to give them signatures to Yoruba youths and the administration without considering his unlawful detention in the Republic of Benin and his recent health challenges”.
The statement made by Sunday Adeyemo through his lawyer had proven that the Yoruba Nation agitator don’t want anything to do with the government, most especially any deal or agreement that would set him free from prison in Benin Republic.