Following the controversy generated over the eviction order issued to criminal herdsmen in Oyo state, a first class Yoruba monarch, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has warned Yoruba activist and freedom fighter, Sunday Igboho, to exercise caution in his fight for the liberation of the Yoruba from criminal herdsmen.
The revered monarch who spoke on Wednesday while appearing on Arise Television said that having spoken out for the downtrodden and shown everyone that he really cares for his people, it was time for Igboho to allow the constituted authorities including the Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, and other leaders to take charge and handle the security challenges in the state.
“Let us be very objective. He (Igboho) is being a mouthpiece for the downtrodden. He came up and everybody is listening now, but my advice to him, as a traditional ruler, is that he needs to be very careful so that the politicians won’t hijack the whole motive from him.”
“He has done well and we’ve already praised him, but he shouldn’t take laws into his hands. We have the Governor there, he is the chief security officer of the state and Mr. President has invited him (Makinde). Let the right people that are being authorised to do what is right do it.
“He (Igboho) has done well and the world has heard him but everything should be done in moderation,” the Ooni said
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