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Sunday Igboho To Look For Shelter, Return To Nigeria After Buhari’s Presidency – Legal Advisor



Sunday Adeyemo Igboho

Sunday Igboho To Look For Shelter, Return To Nigeria After Buhari’s Presidency – Legal Advisor


Yoruba Nation political dissident, Sunday Igboho, has uncovered that he will look for haven in Benin Republic and France when he leaves jail.


This was uncovered by one of his legal advisors, Olusegun Falola.


Falola additionally unveiled that Igboho would not get back to Nigeria until the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari leaves office.


The Legal Advisor said his customer’s proceeded with stay in Benin Republic is a surprisingly beneficial development.


“Igboho’s arrest shows he was cheated, because he didn’t commit any criminal offence. He is under Benin Republic’s protection.


“Nigeria did not show up in court or bring up evidence against Igboho. So there are no criminal charges against him. When he leaves prison, he’ll demand asylum from other countries including France, and they will be ready to receive him.



“So he’ll return back to Nigeria when the administration that is against him leaves office.


The Nation stated Falola expressed: “The judges asked him if he had land in Cotonou and he responded that he has a land in Seme. So, there is still danger ahead. Igboho’s asylum in Cotonou is for him to stay in the country and do his businesses in the country and also travel to Germany to either live there or to travel to and fro. He’ll use Benin as his new home until Buhari’s tenure is over just for his own safety,”.



About a month prior, Igboho was captured in Cotonou while attempting to make a trip to Germany.


This was after the political dissident escaped Nigeria after he was proclaimed needed by the Department of State Service, DSS.


DSS proclaimed Igboho needed after an intrusion of his home, and weapons were found during the assault.


While Igboho is right now being investigated in Cotonou, the Nigerian government is yet to even out any charges against the fomenter.





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