Sunday Igboho Rally: E-NIGERIA! can now confirm that, despite the strong warning issued by the Lagos State Police Command, led by Hakeem Odumosu, Oodua Republic agitators would hold their planned rally on Saturday, July 3, 2021.
In a news conference conducted at the Lagos State Police Command headquarters in Lagos, the Lagos State Police Commissioner, Hakeem Odumosu, issued a warning to the separatist group, declaring that no rally, under any pretense, would be allowed in any area of the state.

Sunday Igboho Rally
Sunday Igboho Rally

“The organizers and their supporters are advised to avoid staging the scheduled event and to keep away from the streets of Lagos for the sake of the State and the general public, as anyone caught participating or enabling the rally will be prosecuted under the law,” Odumose said. Given the negative effects and recurring agonies of the violent #Endsars crisis in October 2020, which resulted in massive destruction of public and private facilities while some Police personnel paid the ultimate price, Lagos State cannot afford any security lapses, breakdown of law and order, or threat to public peace at this time.

This is on top of the numerous police stations, barracks, and officers’ personal property that were set on fire during this time. Those horrific events are still with the Command. The so-called organizers will not be able to persuade the Command that the rally would be peaceful,” the statement said in part.
Against the warning and the recent raid on the residence of its leader, Sunday Adeyemo alias Sunday Igboho, {READ HERE} there are signs that the separatist organization may go through with the gathering, despite the direction of the Lagos Police Command.
In a live broadcast on social media, Olayomi Koiki, Chief Sunday Igboho’s spokeswoman, urged supporters to dismiss media reports that the Lagos event had been canceled, claiming that it was a deliberate attempt by opponents.
He went on to say that “not even the raid on Igboho’s Ibadan house by a joint force of both the Department of State Service –DSS will stop the struggle.”
Koiki’s view as of the time of reporting this story is that the Lagos event will go place on Saturday, as planned. Soon, there will be more information.

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