A source has disclosed that the Federal Government and some unnamed powerful politicians are working to stall the return of Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, to Nigeria.


The source said Igboho may not return to the country until after the 2023 general elections due to the influences.



1STELEVEN9JATV had reported that the agitator, last week, at Bishop Ajayi Crowther’s posthumous birthday celebration in Ibadan, Oyo State, Igboho hinted he would be back shortly.



However, there is a projection that Igboho, who caused a stir in January 2021 after issuing a quit notice to all Fulani in Oyo, would heat up the polity if allowed to return before the 2023 elections, particularly in the South-West region.


“He won’t come back now, maybe anytime after the elections have been decided.


“His return would create a charged atmosphere and re-ignite the agitation and protests.


“The government is dealing with a lot already and would not allow this to happen…not with Buhari still in power.


“Apart from that, Igboho’s presence in Nigeria will affect the presidential ambition of who we all know.


“He cannot afford anything that will jeopardize his ambition, or create a clash with the North,” the source said.



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