“We are in a situation whereby Yoruba monarchs, which included: The Oba of Jebba, Ohoro of Shao, Oluo of Oke-Oyi, Alapado of Apado, Afonja of Ilorin, Dado of Oke-so, Alajagusi of Ajagusi and Baale of Afon among others are not graded, which is against the oath of allegiance taken by the Emir of Ilorin to ensure equity and justice to all monarchs in the Emirate, despite numerous previous court injunctions and rulings”, the statement said.
Illegal Mining: Amotekun security corp arrests more Chinese Nationals in Osun
Those Nigerians rounded up at the illegal mining site include 16 northerners and four southerners, as a serving senator in the state, Francis Fadahaunsi was allegedly fingered in the sabotage, through an Abuja-based businessman, popularly known as Eng. Paul. The Amotekun boss later handed over the three Chinese Nationals to Commissioner of Police, CP Undie Adie, late Thursday night.
Ekiti Begins Recruitment into Amotekun, The Western Nigeria Security Corps
We have started the recruitment process. I want to say that everyone who will work in this corps will be one not involved in any crime or unworthy act. Our traditional rulers will play a key role in this regard as these applicants will need attestation letter from them to confirm whether they are from the community and never involved in any form of criminality.
UNPO’s Acceptance of Yoruba Nation’s as 45th Member. What Yoruba Nation Stands To Benefit.
The Oodua group can now present themselves with The United Nations (UN), The European Union (EU), The United States of America, and other international and multilateral diplomatic bodies, groups and agencies.
New group demands autonomous Yoruba nation
A group known as The "Oodua Action Movement" (OAM), has called on President Muhammadu Buhari, to immediately begin the process for an autonomous Yoruba nation as a federating unit in Nigeria, as granted the Western Region before and after independence in 1960. The group, speaking through its Global Coordinator, Demola Edward, during a press briefing … Continue reading New group demands autonomous Yoruba nation