Chief Sunday Adeyemo, better known as Sunday Igboho, a crusader for the Yoruba Nation, has regained his freedom after a two-year trial by the Beninese government.
Igboho was recently released from protective custody in the neighboring Republic of Benin, according to Tribune Online.
Sunday Igboho was recently released, and according to Prof. Banji Akintoye, the leader of the Yoruba Nation, he is currently traveling to Germany to be with his family.
Recall that the popular activist was visited by Hon. Ayedero Shina Peller, a prominent honorable Member of the Federal House of Representatives, who some weeks back paid a condolence visit to Sunday Igboho in Cotonou, Benin Republic, in a genuine expression of solidarity and support. Sunday Igboho’s loving mother, Sikirat Adeyemo, died recently, prompting the visit.
Hon. Peller took to his official Twitter handle to share the encounter, stating, “I paid a condolence visit to Sunday Igboho in Cotonou, Benin Republic, over the demise of his mother, Sikirat Adeyemo.
I urged him to take solace in the fact that Mama lived a purposeful and fulfilled life; she left good legacies behind, one of which is Sunday Igboho himself.”
The loss of a mother is an irreplaceable void, and Hon. Shina Peller’s visit offered words of comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. Expressing his condolences, he emphasized that Sikirat Adeyemo’s life was marked by purpose and fulfillment, leaving a legacy that is most evidently seen in her son, Sunday Igboho.
As news of the visit spreads, many have praised Hon. Peller for his thoughtful gesture, acknowledging the importance of leaders offering comfort and encouragement to fellow citizens during moments of personal hardship.
The bond between a mother and her child is one that knows no bounds, and Sikirat Adeyemo’s memory will undoubtedly continue to inspire and shape the path of Sunday Igboho as he continues to champion the causes that are dear to his heart.
May Sikirat Adeyemo’s soul rest in peace, and may Sunday Igboho find strength in the legacy and love she left behind.