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*By Kazeem Awojoodu, Ibadan.
Sunday Igboho has denied people raising money for his treatment.

SWIndependentnews.com.ng reports that the Yoruba Nation Agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho has said he did not ask anyone to raise funds for him from the members of the public on account of his ill-health.

Apparently, Sunday Igboho was speaking in reaction to report of his call soliciting for funds through voluntary donations from the members of the public to help him get medical attention.

Igboho who is currently being detained in a Beninoise prison has been reported to have some health challenges which saw him been rushed to a hospital for medical attention.

In a statement through his spokesperson, Olayomi Koiki, the Igboho born agitator warned those behind the effort to desist.

He also used the opportunity of the state to appeal to the government of Benin Republic to allow him travel to Germany to seek proper medical attention.

The statement entitled “Chief Sunday Adeyemo have not asked for money towards his Medical treatment” and signed by Koiki reads in parts “I have just received a message from the lawyer of Chief Sunday Adeyemo aka Igboho, to advice and tell the general public that he has not asked anyone, any of his security men or groups of people to demand money towards his medical treatment in Benin Republic.

“Information says some individuals have been collecting money for chief’s medical treatment bill.

“Yes, Chief Sunday Adeyemo is not feeling well like we have reported and we are still using this medium to ask the Government of Benin to please allow him travel for proper medical treatment for his illness.

“If anyone is not sure of someone calling you for payment towards chief treatment please contact myself Olayomi Koiki his spokesman.

“And we use this medium to tell those asking for payment for chief medical treatment to desist from doing so.”

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