Nigerians Shuns Kwam1 Daughter Curses, Raises Over N11m For Sunday Igboho In Two Days.

Nigerians Shuns Kwam1 Daughter Curses, Raises Over N11m For Sunday Igboho In Two Days.

Despite Kwam1's daughter, Dami Marshal's kick against famous Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho's movement, the GoFundMe campaign launched by Nigerians in support of his campaign against killer herdsmen has generated over N11million in 48 hours.

Note that the £ 100,000 (N51.8m) campaign was launched by Maureen Badejo of the United Kingdom to "purchase buses for Sunday Igboho."

“Let us rise up and support chief Sunday Adeyemo Igboho, they need buses to move around to secure our ancestral land.

” Our security is threatened as we speak. It seems people in a position of authority are helpless,” the description read in part.

And in response, Dami, the daughter of Kwam 1, rightly condemned the act, revealing that all those who want to set fire to Nigeria do not know peace.

”Anyone donating money from any part of the world in order to set Nigeria on fire will never know peace.. it took us alot to get here. Please do not take us back. Don’t kill my dream because of your own ignorance. As a student of history, i know the cost o the last Ife Modakeke crises, where this Sunday Ighoho was said to be an active participant. All of those interviewing him and amplifying the war he is calling for should be subjects of interests to the DSS- if the DSS still knows its duties.

In my life, i dont support nonsense, go and read section 43 of the 1999 constitution one Nigeria. the country as a whole belongs to all of us. Every media establishment that repeatedly calls Sunday Igboho a Yoruba activist is playing is part to cause ethnic cries in the SW in order to extract political value from it. Everyone of them

I’m 100 per cent Yoruba but I will never support anyone that wants to cause war, the Igbo man is my brother, the Hausa is my brother too. Case closed” she wrote

During a virtual town hall meeting, Igboho said he needed buses for his south-west tour to "transport people."

Igboho said Sunday he would embark on a tour of Nigeria's southwestern states in an effort to wipe out the region's killer herdsmen.

He's been to the Oyo and Ogun states so far.

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