The Yoruba warlord and activist Sunday Igboho comes out in public to seek for forgiveness from Ooni over the statement he made in viral video that is populated online .The Yoruba activist was seen accusing Ooni in a viral video .
Igboho has asked for forgiveness from Ooni This comes in after the visit of Ooni of Ife to president Buhari in Abuja where Sunday said the Oba was not telling the president the truth.
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Mr Igboho said Ooni has disappointed Yoruba race for hiding the truth while in Aso rock, while attending the virtual town hall meeting . The meeting which has the involvement of Yorubas in diaspora across the world revealing what he said about the monarch.
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Mr sunday said in the meeting that he has called the monarch and other Obas who has offended in his statement for forgiveness. The activist said he has spoken to Ooni Of ife, other Obas for their pardone over the rude statement in released on the viral video.
In his official statement which Mr Sunday released online reveals that he is indeed seek for apology and forgiveness
Mr Sunday said :
I have called our father, the Ooni of Ife and I have apologized to him. When I said those things, I was carried away by my emotions.
He further stressed that the activities of Fulani herdsmen’s in south-West is outrageous and needs to be addressed .When asked if he has insulted the monarchs Mr. Igboho said the state was not true that it is a blatant lie. It will be recaled that the activist has seen visited Yewa North in Ogun State to warn and chase Fulani out of the state but this visited was countered by .
The Ogun State commissioner debunks this and said the visit was not invited by the government of Ogun while some others see this as good gesture .
Read Mr Igboho official letter of forgiveness he wrote to the Ooni Of Ife:
“They said I insulted the Ooni of Ife. I and the monarch, as well as the Olugbon, have spoken on the phone,” he said.
“The Yoruba tradition doesn’t permit the insult of elders. But because the issue pained me, my tongue was caught up in the moment. I spoke according to how pained I was. It wasn’t the Ooni alone I directed my words at, I also did to other elders.“It’s a case of father and child. I and the monarch have spoken as well as the Olugbon. I did not insult the Ooni. And if it appears as if I did, he should forgive me.”
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