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Chief Gani Adams finally breaks silence on the campaign of Sunday Igboho

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Chief Gani Adams finally breaks silence on the campaign of Sunday Igboho

On Sunday the Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Adams speaking against the threat issue by the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) And the Miyetti Allah cattle breeder association of Nigeria (MACBAN). He said he being silent does not mean he’s coward he’s just acting properly to the best time when he could talk.

He addressed both the ACF and MACBAN based on their threat as a bunch of jokers, they are playing comedy.

In a statement released by his Special Assistant on Media, Kehinde Aderemi, Aare ona kankanfo said he’s concerned about the security of the region. Any threat on the SW can escalate the situation and cause an irreparable damage.

He said the situations happening now is due to the fact that insecurity and the crimes perpetrated by this hoodlums. He said times without number they have kidnapped and killed a yoruba in their land.

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He said he will not be lured to fall into any political trap they have set.

He released a statement stating that, the both association of the North should watch and becareful of their statements in order not to fall into the anger of Yoruba nation

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About their threat the Yoruba are wise, and we will not allow them to turn our land to war zone and we will always protect and secure our land by bringing all the perpetrator of this evil to book.

He said with the recent happening in the last 3 days some political enemies have use the opportunities of Sunday Igboho bravery to get back at him.

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He affirmed that he being silent for the past few days doesn’t potray him as a coward but he’s only being democractic by the virtue of the position he’s occupying to not act irrationally, but to react at an appropriate time.

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