2023: Yoruba Nation Agitators Amassing Weapons To Disrupt Elections In South-West — IGP

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The IGP disclosed this during a meeting with strategic police managers at the Force Headquarters in Abuja on Monday, February 13.

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IGP, Usman Baba

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Usman Baba has warned that some successionist agitators under the aegis of Oduduwa Nation are amassing weapons to cause havoc during the  February 25 and March 11 general elections in the South-West geopolitical zone of Nigeria.

The IGP disclosed this during a meeting with strategic police managers at the Force Headquarters in Abuja on Monday, February 13.

Addressing police officers on Monday, the IGP said;

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 ”As you are aware, some crimes of national security importance could undermine our efforts towards entrenching a peaceful electioneering process, if not adequately curtailed.

”These include banditry and terrorism which has ravaged many communities in the North-west and North-Central with adverse effects on the economic and social well-being of the residents.

”Similarly, violent secessionist campaigns by IPOB/ESN members have been targeted at various symbols of democratic governance including INEC assets, police stations and personnel as well as other security agencies and Federal Government infrastructures, all in an effort to disrupt the 2023 general elections in the South East geopolitical zone.


”Other major crimes are the growing activities of the Oduduwa Nation Agitators who, from intelligence sources, have been attempting to amass weapons and mobilise other resources towards disrupting the peace, security and electoral process in the South-West geopolitical zone.”

Secessionist agitation gained prominence in the South-West geopolitical zone in 2021. The agitation was led by Yoruba Nation campaigner, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho.

However, the agitation slowed down with the raid of Igboho’s Ibadan residence by the Department of State Services on July 1, 2021.

He escaped to Benin Republic where he was detained by the security agents in that Country. He was later released on bail but has not returned to Nigeria.

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