Olayomi Koiki, the spokesperson for Yoruba freedom fighter, Sunday Adeyemo (Igboho), has warned Nigerian journalist, Reuben Abati to stay off conversations that have to do with Yoruba sovereignty. Koiki spoke on Monday while reacting to a claim by Abati that the ongoing clamour for Yoruba secession was a treasonable felony. Abati, who was a special adviser on media and publicity to a former president, Goodluck Jonathan, had criticised the calls for secession in the South-West. Speaking on Arise TV Morning show, Abati had said there was no basis for calls for secession as that the South-West had no clear leadership. …
Source: Igboho's Aide Hits Back At Abati For Calling Yoruba Secession Agitation 'Treasonable Felony'
Igboho's Aide Hits Back At Abati For Calling Yoruba Secession Agitation 'Treasonable Felony'