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Top Yoruba Group, Ilana Omo Oodua Gives Update On Sunday Igboho’s Case In Benin Republic

The umbrella body of Yoruba nation groups, Ilana Omo Oodua, on Friday released an update on the arrest and trial of Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho.

The update was given in a statement obtained by Newsmen and signed by the group Communications Manager, Maxwell Adeleye.

The statement reads: “Yesterday, the court set Mrs Adeyemo, lgboho’s wife free since it has been found that she has committed no offence and there’s no complain whatsoever against her. Consequently, her German passport was returned to her.

Falana Reveals Why Sunday Igboho Cannot Be Extradited To Nigeria Like Nnamdi Kanu

“The Lawyers handling the case reported after the proceedings that Chief Sunday Adeyemo lgboho cannot be extradited to Nigeria for two principal reasons:

“1. That contrary to insinuations, Nigeria and Benin have no Extradition Agreement and 2. That Nigeria has not been able to come up with charges that could lead the court to order lgboho’s extradition to Nigeria.

“What Nigerian Government came up with were mere allegations against Ighoho such as trafficking in arms and inciting violence that could result in the social disturbance without evidence which the Government of Benin Republic considered spurious and untenable, and insufficient to warrant extradition.

“Lastly, the case has been adjourned till Monday 26th July to allow the Nigerian Government to bring up whatever evidence they may have, and Mr. lgboho has been taken back to the police custody.”

 

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