gani Adams and Sunday Igboho

Yoruba Nation activist Sunday Adeyemo, popularly is named Sunday Igboho, has sued the Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, for allegedly defaming his character.

This became as soon as considered in a court process filed by Igboho’s legal professionals led by J. A. Sanusi.

The court story on Wednesday presentations the suit became as soon as filed at the Oyo Bid Excessive Court in Ibadan.

The separatist chief prayed that the court could perhaps just nonetheless award a compensation of N500 million in opposition to Gani Adams for the alleged defamatory statements in opposition to him.

Among others, Igboho prayed for an teach of the court “for the price of exemplary and aggravated damages in the sum of Five Hundred Million Naira (N500,000,000.00) in favour of the Claimant for defamation of the actual person of the Claimant by the Defendant. Label of litigation establish at the sum of Ten Million Naira (N10,000,000.00)”.

Igboho talked about that Gani Adams accused him of being a serial killer and murderer for high politicians, together with President Bola Tinubu, in an audio conversation in 2021.

Igboho denied the allegations and urged the court to verbalize the order material of the audio clip as slanderous in opposition to his character.

Igboho talked about it is “unlawful, spoiled and inexcusable for the Defendant to defame, disparage and establish to disrepute the character and popularity of the Claimant in an audio clip published on all current media platforms, together with YouTube, in a e-newsletter that took set between the Defendant and a third party, Mr Nuru Banjo, sometime in November 2021 or thereabout.”

Igboho also prayed for an teach of the court “directing the Defendant to engage all current media platforms, together with YouTube, to take down the slanderous, libellous and defamatory order material in opposition to the Claimant as talked about by the Defendant to a third party, Mr Nuru Banjo, from their a host of current media platforms.”

It asked the court to order “the Defendant to gentle an unreserved apology to the Claimant in 5 National Newspapers in Nigeria over defamatory order material in opposition to the Claimant by the Defendant who has been published on all current media platforms, together with YouTube”.

Besides, Igboho asked for an “teach of perpetual injunction restraining the Defendant, his agent, privies or assigns from extra scandalizing, assaulting, embarrassing, degrading or defaming the actual person of the Claimant.”