Yoruba groups meet in Ibadan, advocate Yoruba nation without violence

Some Yoruba groups under the banner of Agbekoya Warriors, Majiyagbe, Odua People’s Congress (OPC) ‘New Era’, Federation of Yoruba Consiousenes and Culture (Alajobi) and Oodua Redemption Alliance, on Friday, met in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital and advocated common front for Yoruba people ahead of the 2023 general elections.

The groups reiterated the need for the people in Southwest to embrace themselves and defend the unity of Yorubaland.

Tracing the history of Nigeria since independence, leaders of the groups in their separate remarks said continuous disunity of Yoruba is dangerous for the future of the region.


Speaking in Ibadan during the Yoruba Unity Day celebration, 136 years after the end of the Kiriji war with the theme: “Food, Physical and Digital Security of Yorubaland in time of Dire Criss” the president, Odua Redemption Alliance and the convener of the meeting, Dr Victor Taiwo said unity is key in achieving…

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