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Breaking: Benin Republic releases Igboho





The embattled Yoruba Nation activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, fondly called Sunday Ighoho, has been released by the Government of Republic of Benin.

In a statement by the Communications Secretary to Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Mr. Maxwell Adeleye, said activist was released on Monday to a Yoruba leader and leader of the umbrella body of Yoruba Self-determination Groups, Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Professor Banji Akintoye and a French Language Expert/ Deputy Alana of Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Professor Wale Adeniran.

The statement said Akintoye described the release of Ighoho as a triumph of truth over darkness in Yorubaland.

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Renowned Historian and Leader of Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Professor Banji Akintoye, Yoruba Nation Activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo Ighoho, Ighoho’s Lawyer in Benin Republic, Professor Malik Falola, Deputy Leader of Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Professor Wale Adeniran, Ighoho’s wife, Ropo, in a group photograph at Ighoho’s Residence in Cutonu, Benin Republic today Monday 7th March, 2022.
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