Sunday Igboho debunks rumour of his arrest by DSS along Lagos/Ibadan expressway

Sunday Igboho debunks rumour of his arrest by DSS along Lagos/Ibadan expressway
Sunday Igboho

Yoruba right activist, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho has on Saturday, debunked rumours of his arrest by the Department of State Security, DSS.

The is coming against the backdrop of reports by some online media that he was arrested last night inside Guru Marahaji Village along Lagos- Ibadan express way.

However, the Media Aide to Satguru Maharaj Ji, Ojo Mogbadewa in a statement, stated that, “The attention of One Love Family has been drawn to an online publication claiming that Sunday Igboho was arrested with Satguru Maharaj Ji on Friday afternoon at Maharaj Ji Village on Ibadan/Lagos expressway.

“We wish to state categorically that Maharaj Ji is hale and healthy, and presently in Lagos.

“It is very untrue that Sunday Igboho was in Maharaj Ji before he was arrested.

“Satguru Maharaj Ji is the Living Perfect Master and World Teacher of this age and as a result, it is uncalled for to attribute such malicious allegation on His person.

“Satguru Maharaj Ji has been preaching peace and love for the over 41 years that He landed in Nigeria to let people know the true name of God which is Maharaj Ji.

“Satguru Maharaj Ji has been the only person that declared ‘No war in Nigeria, Come what may’, so how could such person be involved in such allegation levelled against Him?

“It is unequally alarming to note that this injurious falsehood and blackmail could find a space in our mass media without proper scrutiny particularly with the availability of the freedom of information act which broadly allows Nigerians access to information.

“This all goes to show an orchestrated and invidious decision by paid agents to discreet Satguru Maharaj Ji in order to achieve their diabolical ends, which is at variance from the interest of Nigerians and the entire world.

“We ask members of the public to ignore the claims with ignominy it deserves as they are just seeking for cheap relevance.”

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