Sunday Igboho in trouble as Gov Makinde orders Police to do this to him because of Fulani Herdsmen

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Seyi Makinde, the Oyo State Governor, has ordered the Nigerian Police Force to arrest Sunday Igboho and others causing tension in the state.

On Friday, Igboho went to Igangan to restate his ultimatum to Fulani Herdsmen to leave.

Igangan is a community in Ibarapa North Local Government Area.

The activist had accused the Fulani Herdsmen of causing havoc, murders, and kidnappings.

Governor Makinde declared that his state government would not allow anyone hiding under the guise of protecting Yoruba interests to cause ethnic tension and perpetrate crisis.

Governor Makinde maintained that the war Oyo and security agencies need to wage is not against any particular ethnic group but criminal elements, irrespective of their tribes, religions, or creed.

Governor Makinde added that his administration would not allow anyone to threaten the peace of the state by acting unlawfully and saying things that are alien to the Nigerian constitution.

Governor Makinde told Ngozi Onadeko, the new Commissioner of Police, that his administration would continue to synergize with law enforcement organs to fight criminals, hoodlums, and bandits irrespective of their tribe or religion.

“For people stoking ethnic tension, they are criminals and once you get them, they should be arrested and treated like common criminals.

“I am sure that since you came in, you must have heard about some things happening at Ibarapa axis of the state. I will still say it here that we are not after Hausa-Fulani. We are after criminals”, he said.

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