- A socio-political group in the state of Oyo, the Alliance for Oke-Ogun Development (AOD), responded to Gumi’s visit to Igboho
- The activist of the Yoruba Nation, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, is from the ancient city
- However, the group said that Sheikh Gumi’s visit to the city was part of the alleged Relocation to Fulanise Oke-Ogun
Oke-Ogun, Oyo – The Alliance for Oke-Ogun Development (AOD .)), a socio-political group in the Oke-Ogun area of Oyo state has asked the Department of State Services (DSS) to investigate the motive for Sheikh Ahmad Gumi’s visit to the city of Igboho.
The Punch reports that Yoruba Nation activist Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, is a native of Igboho, the seat of the local Oo county relope in the state of Oyo.
The group called on the traditional rule in the region to be wary of insiders who they said were willing to sell themselves to terrorists.
Sahara Reporters also reported that the group referred to a recently released video that the Islamic scholars under Prof. Usman Yusuff, professor of hematology-oncology during his visit to Igboho, with the assertion that the visit served the wider unity of Nigeria.
“The top socio-political group in Oke Ogun, Alliance For Oke Ogun Development , uses this medium to instruct the federal government, the Chief Security Officer of the state of Oyo, Governor Seyi Makinde, to investigate and prevent this case in the bud.
“We also call our traditional rulers and that the entire people of the state to be vigilant r being people who are strangers and could endanger our well-being. “
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It was previously reported that t Gumi said his mission did not fail, adding that it was sabotaged or discouraged by the same influential people who benefit from the chaos.
He said, he is a military officer who knows what the military is for and also his skills.