Kwara State Youths Threaten Fresh Assault On ‘Isese’ Traditional Worshippers In Viral Video

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The Muslim youths made the threat in a video which has gone viral, when they stormed a shop rented by Isese faithful in Ilorin, threatening them to vacate in the next seven days.

Some alleged Muslims youths in Ilorin, Kwara State capital have threatened to cause chaos at the gathering of the Isese traditional worshippers in the state.

The Muslim youths made the threat in a video which has gone viral, when they stormed a shop rented by Isese faithful in Ilorin, threatening them to vacate in the next seven days.

The Muslim youths numbering about 15 were seen threatening to cause chaos if the shop owner failed to vacate the premises before their expiration of their ultimatum.

Their leader, Sala Ayodeji, instructed the landlord (Alaran’s compound) to return the rent collected from the shop owner before coming week, adding that the Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Ebunoluwa Rotimi Adelesi, was aware of their visit to the shop.

Speaking in Yoruba language in the viral video, the young Muslim cleric told the Isese adherents to leave the city for them, insisting that “If we meet you here in seven days’ time, whether the city is owned by us or you, let’s try it.

“In seven days, send them away, Alaran’s compound. It’s out of respect for you; we were coming with a different mind. But we’ve respected you enough.

“Alaran compound, refund their money and evict them. If we should meet Isese gathering here in Seven days… They should not even open this shop at all. Refund their money.”

Ayodeji, who was responding to chorus response in the background that the shop was rented out with the belief that the occupant wanted to be selling televisions alone, inquired if ladies also sold televisions.
He reiterated that the Isese faithfuls must be evicted from the shop before the next seven days ultimatum they issued.


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