Fulani man convicted of spying on traditional Yoruba rulers during a meeting in Ibadan
Several Yoruba kings and traditionalists gathered on Thursday in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo state, to discuss the deteriorating security situation in all six Southwest Zone states.
The meeting was initiated by the Yoruba World Assembly, led by YWA Chairman, President Taiye Ayorinde, and Secretary General Dr. Victor Taiwo.
The meeting, which took place in the West Secretariat Hall of the Ibadan Parliament Building, attracted large numbers of people from Oyo, Osun, Lagos, Ondo, Ekiti and Ogun states.
This happened when the suspected Fulani pastor who had spied on them during the meeting fled as soon as he was discovered.
The intruder’s presence angered Sango’s worshipers, the hunters, who cursed him.
His Royal Majesty Oba Moses Oladejo Oediran, Ogunsua from Modakeke, had just dropped the microphone when one of the organizers announced that “we just learned that Pastor Fulani had just spied on us during this meeting. He recorded all the actions and, when he realized that he was found, ran away. “
“Everyone here is traditionalists, you saw what happened. You have to do what is necessary. We didn’t invite him. “
As soon as he said this, the atmosphere of the meeting changed: the participants began to look around for other spies.