Famous Yoruba activist Sunday Igboho in an interview with Yoruba journalist Mrs. Esabode reveals he’s no longer leading anymore.
In the interview, which was shared in a video, Sunday unveil how his account was frozen and all other things he has gone through due to his activism.
Sunday said the Federal government froze his bank account, but he was later informed that it was unfrozen, and his bank manager has told him he could now make withdrawals.
He also spoke on the attack on Prof. Soyinka’s house; the activist said he learned of the attack and that two of those who attacked the prof’s house have been apprehended.
In the interview, Sunday expressed disappointment on the leaders he claimed have not done good justice to the invasion of the Fulani-herdsmen on Yoruba soil.
He further explains that nowhere is safe again for anyone, that even Nigerians in the diaspora cannot come home because of the insecurity that is taken over the country.
Igboho, in his conclusion, said I’ve played my part; I’m not leading anything anymore if others don’t rise up. If they rise up, I will follow them. Others must stand up to do the needful.”
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Apostle Paul Okikijesu of the Christ Apostolic Miracle Ministry, has released new prophecies and it involves prominent Christian clerics around the world.
He also warned people involved in homosexuality and transgender acts.
According to him, "they will be severely punished, together with the leaders of Christianity who refuse to speak the truth."
Speaking in a series of prophecies on Thursday, Okikijesu said, "Thus says the Lord of hosts: There will be a great revolution and a great resolution within the next three months.
"The revolution will cause calamities because I will use a severe powerful hand, while revolution will bring succor to the people."
He mentioned prominent religious leaders such as Benny Hinn, Pope Francis and T.D...
Nigeria's power grid on Wednesday, suffered its first collapse of 2021, leaving some parts of the country in blackout.
This was confirmed by two of the electricity distribution companies in the country, Ikeja Electric Plc (IKEDC) and Eko Electricity Distribution Company Plc (EKEDC).
IKEDC posted on Twitter, “This is to inform you that we experienced a system collapse at 13:58hrs today and this affected all customers on the IE network. However, we are pleased to confirm that supply has been restored to Alimosho, Ogba, and Alausa transmission stations at 14:47hrs.
“Please note that gradual restoration to other areas is currently ongoing. Thank you for your understanding.”
EKEDC wrote, “There has been a partial system collapse on the national grid interrupting supply to most...
Another attack has happened in Niger State, at the Gurmana ward of Shiroro Local Government Area. Gunmen were reported to have stormed the community, abducting many.
This is coming just barely hours after the state witnessed the abduction of students and staff of Government Science College (GSC) at Kangara.
Villages like Sarkin Zama, Bakin Kogi (Lagbe), Siyiko, and other connecting towns on Wednesday evening were stormed by gunmen who invaded the villages in their numbers.
The operation was reported to last for hours, which also saw casualties, but the number of the casualties could not be verified as of the time of filling this report.