Signs emerged on Monday that the long-awaited trial of Yoruba national instigator Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho, could be postponed to an unconfirmed date.

 

A source close to the legal team met with the troubled activist of the Yoruba ethnic group in a special room, where he had been imprisoned since the morning, and said that everything indicated that the trial could not be as many expected on Monday (Today) ended.

 

However, he did not give reasons for the possible need for a second adjournment since the trial began last week.

Sneh Tv picked up, at 7am, Igboho supporters from Nigeria and the Republic of Benin surrounded the court to identify the identity of the Yoruba national activist. Although Igboho has been held in a prosecutor’s room since early Monday morning, the trial did not begin until 2:54 p.m.

The delay in the trial caused tensions among the supporters of the embattled agitator in the courtroom.

By Scopie

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