The Federal Government has uncovered that the principal financier of the Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo nicknamed Igboho, is a member of the National Assembly, according to Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami.

Malami, who did not reveal the identity of the federal lawmaker, told reporters in Abuja today that a report by the FG’s security committee also revealed that Igboho allegedly received funding from a firm – Abbai Bako and Sons – that is allegedly being investigated for terrorism financing activities.

According to Malami, the Federal Government put up a committee to figure out how Igboho received money from 43 bank accounts spread over nine institutions.

“The Federal Government has received the information on Adeniyi Sunday Adeyemo’s financiers, also known as Sunday Igboho.”Sunday Igboho is a director and signatory to Adeosun International Concept Limited, which was established on April 23, 2010.”

Oladele Oyetunji and Aderopo Adeyemo are also directors of Adesun International Concept Limited. Sunday Igboho has 43 bank accounts in nine different banks.

A Federal Law Maker in the National Assembly was discovered to be the main fundraiser of the fugitive and separatists. Between the 22nd of October, 2013 and the 28th of September, 2020, Igboho collected a total of N127, 145,000.00 from his funders through Adesun International Concept Ltd accounts.

Between March 15, 2013 and March 11, 2021, a total of N273,198,200.00 in transaction outflows from Sunday Igboho’s account were documented.

According to the investigation, Adesun International Concept Ltd (owned by Igboho) transferred the sum of N12, 750,000 to Abbal Bako & Sons.”