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Yoruba are ready to leave Nigeria – Top Yoruba Elder

by on March 5, 2017
 

An Elder statesman in the south-west, Ayo Adebanjo, has stated that the Yoruba speaking South-West will soon break away from Nigeria.

According to him, there are many signs that the country will soon disintegrate.

“We are going for disintegration. That is what I am sorry about. You cannot keep the country together like this. You would continually be suppressing there and suppressing there. The Southern Kaduna affair, the people there shouted against regionalism, because of the oppression there.

“They said the Fulani were oppressing them. If you look at the recommendations of the 2014 National Confab, we said any area that has economic interests are free to stay together after a referendum of 71 per cent. That was how we brought in regionalism. We did all that to make sure we stay together.

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“If you look at the agitation of the South South, South East, they are not even insisting on restructuring; it is restructuring within Nigeria or outside of it. We even understand that some radical Yoruba have drawn the map of the Oduduwa Republic and all that, but we are keeping them down.

“There is an advantage in the economy of scale but we cannot keep them down for too long when we know that they are being cheated. We say those areas that they feel they are being cheated; let us iron it out so that we can stay together. What is wrong with that?”

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  • oyetola alamu
    March 5, 2017 at 11:21 pm

    The likes of Ayo Adebanjo cannot decide for us.Those that collected money from Jonathan are not Yoruba leaders .We are unifying factors ,we are strongly with one Nigeria .

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  • Imobe
    March 6, 2017 at 2:05 am

    What the bible for tale about the last days is really happening now, and Nigeria is witnessing a lot of it at the moment.
    There is a Yoruba adage that says ” twenty children cannot play for 20 years” The truth is Nigeria cannot remain like this forever it shall break away someday one day, either sonnwr or later the name Nigeria will be history.

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