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NIGERIA POLITICS: Disunited Yoruba Will Stumble

NIGERIA POLITICS: Disunited Yoruba Will Stumble

We must stick to the 16-point demand reached at the Yoruba Summit. Buhari administration has chosen a time and a moment that would prove to be a great calamity if it fails to act wisely and promptly. To the agents of disunity, history will hold you accountable for the rupture of a dream of Yoruba people. That will be the inscription etched deep on your tombstones.

The die is cast. The revolution has begun. There’s no turning back!

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NIGERIA POLITICS: Now That Restructure Is Dead,  Separation Remains Only Option For Yoruba

NIGERIA POLITICS: Now That Restructure Is Dead, Separation Remains Only Option For Yoruba

The central quality in Yoruba’s life is pain – pain so old and deep that it shows in almost every moment of our existence. Separation remains the only viable and realistic option for Yoruba. All peoples have the right to self-determination.

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NIGERIA POLITICS: Mr. President, Forget About Ibrahim Magu… Pick Yoruba Or Igbo For The Job!

NIGERIA POLITICS: Mr. President, Forget About Ibrahim Magu… Pick Yoruba Or Igbo For The Job!

There are millions of Yorubas and Igbos who are more qualified, more competent, and more capable than Magu to be the next EFCC Chairman.

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NIGERIA POLITICS: Thinking With You… Nigeria Break Up Imminent Oduduwa Republic Inevitable

NIGERIA POLITICS: Thinking With You… Nigeria Break Up Imminent Oduduwa Republic Inevitable

Our separation will not lead to another civil war. Times are different now. We should be discussing how to dismantle the country and let each group go its own way instead of advocating for a restructure that will be diluted and watered down, that will not make any difference at the end of the day. As a nation, we have gone down the wrong path with all that’s wrong with bad central government.

For the Yoruba people, we would act to realize the only option that looks viable and doable to take our destiny on our hands. And that’s having our own country.

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