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Sunday Igboho Basic Information
|Stage Name:||Sunday Igboho|
|Real Name:||Sunday Adeniyi Adeyemo|
|Occupation:||Politician, Businessman, Philanthropist|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||10 October 1972 (50) Years Old|
|Place of Birth:||Igboho town, Oke Ogun, Oyo State, Nigeria|
|Education:||Baptist High School|
Sunday Igboho Biography
Sunday Chief Nigerian Yoruba self-determination campaigner and philanthropist Adeniyi Adeyemo, often known as Sunday Igboho, was born on 10 October 1972 in Igboho. His hometown inspired his nickname, which became famous after he actively participated in the Modakeke-Ife communal dispute in 1997. Adeson International Business Concept Ltd.’s chairman, he. His chieftaincy title, Akoni Oodua of Yorubaland, has gained notoriety in recent years.
In January 2021, following the murder of Dr. Aborode, he gave the Fulani herdsmen in Ibarapa an ultimatum to leave the land, and he then carried it out. This garnered him attention on social media. As a result, he is currently drawing increasing awareness about the South West’s liberation.
Many have been curious about Sunday’s parents ever since the activist rose to renown in Nigeria, but it has not been easy to figure out since he keeps his personal affairs confidential. What is known about his parents, though, is that his father might have significantly impacted his life. Also, Sunday’s father is the reason he was given the nickname “Igboho” since when they moved to Modakeke, many people referred to Sunday’s father as Baba Igboho. Moreover, because he was Baba Igboho’s son, he was sometimes referred to as “Sunday Omo Baba Igboho,” a nickname that persisted even after he left the neighborhood. The activist’s mother, however, is unknown, but she is reported to live in Ibadan, close to her son.
Sunday Adeyemo Igboho has 21 male and female siblings, but nothing is revealed about them because they are not on the internet for reasons best known to the family.
According to some accounts, his German wife has six children, while his Canadian wife has five, making a total of eleven children. Yet the activist hasn’t revealed a specific number for the number of his kids. Three of his offspring are purportedly German professional football players, albeit their identities are unknown.
Igboho has two spouses, and they, together with their kids, reside outside of Nigeria. His first wife, whose name we do not yet know, and their five kids live in Canada. Although their sixth child and second wife, whose name is likewise unknown, dwell in Germany.
The current estimate of Sunday’s net worth is $500,000; most of it came from his business ventures. Igboho is a businessman who started his career in the car business in 1996 from his home in Modakeke (Adeson International concept Ltd.). He brings in automobiles and trailers from European nations, including Germany and the United Kingdom. Igboho also owns several gas stations, primarily in Oyo (Adeson petrol and gas).
A Rolls-Royce Ghost is one of the vehicles in Igboho’s garage, and the luxury automobile is worth N100m. Among his other celebrity favorites are a 24 million naira Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon and an 18 million naira Lexus GX460 SUV. In addition, a Range Rover SUV, a Mercedes-Benz C Class, and a Mercedes-Benz GLE are each valued at 15 million, 30 million, and 30 million naira, respectively.
Sunday Igboho has since made his home in Soka Ibadan, Oyo State, despite residing in many locations in southwestern Nigeria and other nations. His Ibadan residence has drawn attention after being attacked multiple times by men allegedly from the DSS and the Nigerian Army, resulting in numerous fatalities. His Igboho residence, which has come under siege by the security services, has also seen a degree of property destruction, including automobiles and furniture. The activist, however, is considered a German national and may have residences in both Germany and Canada.