Court hearing on the removal of the Yoruba country political dissident, Sunday Adeyemo otherwise called Sunday Igboho would hang on Thursday (today) in Benin Republic.
This was unveiled on Thursday morning by the lobbyist’s representative, Olayomi Koiki during a live update.
According to him, “The sitting will be held at 10am in the first part of the day at the Benin Republic court.
“The court will decide the destiny of the removal and we’ll likewise have the chance to communicate our viewpoint particularly on the character of Igboho.
“We know the size of what the Nigerian government is attempting to do in the event that they attempt to get hold of Igboho however they will fall flat, by God’s grace.
Confusion, uncertainty over Sunday Igboho’s detention in Benin, extradition to Nigeria
“Their expectation was to catch him (Igboho), yet God battled for him”.
Recall that Sunday Igboho was captured by the International Criminal Police Organization in Cotonou, Benin Republic not long after the Federal Government raised caution that the extremist was taking actions to fly out of the country.
The Oduduwa Republic instigator was pronounced needed by the Department of State Services, DSS in the wake of assaulting his home in Ibadan the Oyo State capital over supposed exercises undermining the participate presence of the country.
He is right now at the guardianship of the agents of Brigade criminelle in Cotonou.