BREAKING: Sunday Igboho Reportedly Diagnosed With Internal Organ Disease In Benin Republic

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Popular Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo alias Sunday Igboho, have been reportedly diagnosed with an internal organ disease which likely affected his kidney or lungs.

One of the agitator’s lawyers, Yomi Aliyyu, revealed this in an interview with BBC Yoruba, adding

“Igboho was not diagnosed with this sickness before he was arrested in Cotonou. It was so critical that they had to rush him to the hospital.

“I can’t tell if he has been returned to the prison from the hospital but what I know is, he’s battling ill health and it seems his kidney and lungs are already being affected.

“Even though I cannot tell which part of his body the sickness has really affected, I know it has to do with his internal organs” Aliyyu said.

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Sources in the umbrella body of Yoruba self-determination groups, Ilana Omo Oodua, while confirming the report to PUNCH said;

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“Yes, he is ill and his kidney appears affected. We are not very sure yet. Another test result is expected for confirmation. We are working on that and I can assure you that he is in safe hands,” one of the sources said.

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When contacted, the spokesperson for Ilana Oodua, Maxwell Adeleye, said, “Expect our reaction soon. But the government should be warned that nothing must happen to Igboho.”

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