Information has it that popular Yoruba activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo also known as Sunday Igboho during his visit to the Palace of Onidio of Idio, had alleged that no fewer than 20 military vehicles were sent to stop him from entering Igangan forest.
Recall that Sunday Igboho had visited Igangan community shortly after suspect herdsmen had attacked and killed over 40 people in the community.
A video of Sunday Igboho making a speech at the palace of Onidio of Idio has surfaced online.
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In the video, the Yoruba activist alleged that when him and his boys entered Igangan, Ibarapa in Oyo State, the soldiers started trailing him. He also alleged that over 20 military vehicles were deployed to stop him from combing the Igangan forest for the killer herdsmen. He begged the monarch to allow him and his men to train some youths of the community so they can protect their land against killers.
You can watch the video at the end of this article. He also said in the video that this will be the last time the killer herdsmen will attack Iganga community.
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The federal government of Nigeria has given certain conditions that must be met before Twitter is allowed to be used in Nigeria. Recall that the federal government suspended the operations of the microblogging platform some days ago and accused them of double standard.
Several Nigerians and international organizations have kicked against the suspension saying that it is against the citizens’ rights to freedom of speech.
Information from a reliable source has revealed that the federal government says that Twitter must be registered as an entity in Nigeria before it will be allowed to operate.
This was revealed by the minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed after the Federal Executive Council meeting today at the presidential villa, Abuja. According to him, this is one of the conditions that the federal government has given to Twitter.
Lai Mohammed said that the suspension of the microblogging operations in the country was because the platform was offering a platform for the people working against the unity of the country.
He particularly pointed out that Twitter refused to take down Nnamdi Kanu’ s post despite repeated requests for it to be removed.
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