The Oodua Folks’s Congress (OPC) on Sunday warned that it could cope with killer herdsmen within the Southwest.
OPC issued the warning in response to the stop discover Governor Rotimi Akaredolu issued to Fulani herdsmen.
Recall that Akeredolu had given a seven-day ultimatum to Fulani herdsmen to vacate the State’s forest reserves.
The Governor had given the stop discover following the excessive price of criminalities which are available type of kidnappings, raping of girls and killings, allegedly being dedicated by criminals hiding in forests throughout Ondo State.
The OPC has now declared readiness to implement Akeredolu’s ultimatum.
Deputy President to late OPC founder, Otunba Wasiu Afolabi said this in an announcement he issued.
Afolabi vowed that Yoruba youths would defend the Southwest “fireplace for fireplace.”
In accordance with Afolabi: “Though the tens of millions of law-abiding Fulani women and men residing in our midst have completely no trigger for alarm, these Fulani criminals hiding below the cloak of being herdsmen to perpetrate evil in opposition to law-abiding residents ought to know their time is up. Henceforth, will probably be fireplace for fireplace.
“We’re totally ready to assist implement Governor Akeredolu’s stop discover in Ondo State on the expiration of the two-week deadline.
“We Yoruba shall rise as much as defend our land from international marauders who day by day rape our ladies, kill our farmers and kidnap Nigerian residents. Sufficient is sufficient.”
Herdsmen: OPC vows to implement Akeredolu’s stop discover