Oduduwa Republic: Agitators Forcefully Re-Open Idi-Iroko Border

Kenny Folarin, Abuja

Agitators for the Oduduwa Republic, Southwest Nigeria over the weekend forcefully re-open the Idi-Iroko Border which has been shut for over two years.

It would be recalled that Idiroko, a border town between Nigeria and the Republic of Benin was closed in 2019 when the Federal Government directed that all importations be done through the seaports.

Event however took another twist on Saturday when in a viral video, the agitators led by the Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho were seen destroying the gates at the border, screaming, “We have opened the border at Idi-Iroko!”

Reacting, the Biafra Freedom fighter lauded the secessionists stating that they are the owners of the land.

According to a tweet on his official Twitter handle on Sunday Kanu said the yoruba nationYorubators have forcefully taken what belongs to them.

The tweet reads: “The real owners of the land; the indigenous owners of ‘Nigeria’ are beginning to repossess their land from Fulani Caliphate, their stooges, vassals & hangers-on.

“Congratulations to my #Oduduwa brethren for the successful retake of the Idi-Iroko border from #Fulani terrorists”.

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