World rally for Oodua Republic will maintain October 1 – Yoruba group

Yoruba One Voice (YOV) has declared {that a} international rally for Oodua Republic actualization can be held on October 1.

The YOV stated Yoruba individuals and teams throughout nations in six continents have been prepared for peaceable demonstrations.

Director of Communications, Zacheaus Somorin, in an announcement on Thursday, stated the ‘Oodua Republic sensitization marketing campaign’ was designed to attract the eye of the world to happenings in Nigeria.

“The rally is to sensitize the world on the necessity to liberate Yoruba race from the shackles of bondage. We have now made our place recognized to our individuals in Nigeria. Self-determination is the very best means to save lots of the nation from impending implosion. The nation is failing by the day.

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“Former President Olusegun Obasanjo stated this just lately; Prof. Wole Soyinka stated the identical; Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, Iba Gani Adams, has alerted severally that the nation is drifting; former Catholic Archbishop of Abuja Diocese, John Onaiyekan, didn’t mince phrases in his alarm.”

Somorin decried the federal government insurance policies, dwelling circumstances and high quality of life in Nigeria.

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He cited insecurity, election rigging, corruption, nepotism, missgovernance, including that leaders weren’t doing sufficient to resolve recurring issues.

The spokesman insisted that it was excessive time residents rise in opposition to political enslavement “by a bit of the nation”.

“This ‘pressured marriage’ has not been working. Nigeria can be 60 on October 1 and wouldn’t have a lot to point out. We have to change the narratives; we have to battle in opposition to lawlessness and the massive misappropriation of nationwide fortune”, Somorin charged.

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