The capture of Sunday Adeyemo, a.k.a. Sunday Igboho has brought strain up in the South-West locale of Nigeria.
Igboho was purportedly caught Monday night in Cotonou, Benin Republic, at an airport.
A security alert seen by DAILY POST Tuesday morning forewarned inhabitants to stay away from unstable areas.
They were encouraged to be “security cognizant and kept up with situational awareness”.
The capture of Igboho was important for central government’s invasion against agitators.
The administration and the Department of State Services (DSS), at various occasions, indicated that the secessionist would be apprehended.
After the raid of his Soka residence in Ibadan, official assistant, Garba Shehu, announced Igboho was “directing demonstrations of fear and upsetting the peace”.
The picture creator blamed the Yoruba Nation fomenter for endeavoring to assemble an ordnance and intending to either sabotage the solidarity of the nation.
Earlier, at a question and answer session where weapons found in Igboho’s house were shown, the DSS promised that the vocal dissident would be caged.
Peter Afunanya, the representative, said Igboho may run and cover up as long as he needs, “the finish of his tricks” was certain.
“Soon, he won’t have a concealing spot. His solidarity will sure bomb him, the law will find him. The law might be moderate. In any case, it will be consistent”, he added.