“Even with them I am making medicine for IPOB, I have IPOOBU, I have never heard of it”.
Although Fashimo Dada told Yoruba that he was still a footballer, he still did not know how Sunday Igboho came to be. for the sake of the Word.
“I told them I did not know Sunday Igboho. I first saw it on television, but the DSS did not accept me.”
Isoto Dada told BBC Yoruba that the DSS had to make medicine for Sunday Igboho and that was why they had brought him.
He explained how he received a phone call from one of the DSS’s occupants of a private Sunday’s house.
He had an Ibadan native in Tajudeen who lived in Ibadan and explained how they got to know each other and when he heard that he was being held and released he asked him to greet him.
“They started shouting at me saying ‘Juju man’ is that I am fighting for Sunday’s divorces”.
He even claimed that he was fighting for the IPOB, led by Nnamdi Kanu in Igboland.
“They put out Yoruba medicine underwear that I know you know, I explained to them that before I was born they made the dress and I used to hear about the anti-apartheid war they used to fight it. .
When Dedication returned home to his family, they were so happy that they could not stop crying.