Afenifere Vows To Lead Yoruba Nation To Demand Nigeria’s Restructuring Before “Fraudulent 2023 Elections”


Leader of Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere, Chief Ayo Adebanjo has said the organisation will champion the demand for restructuring of Nigeria on behalf of Yoruba people before the 2023 general elections. 

The 93-year-old chieftain stated this while addressing the press at the Wheat Baker Hotel in the Ikoyi area of Lagos State on Thursday. 



Adebanjo, however, added that the response of the Buhari regime to the demand would determine the next line of action for Yoruba people, while noting that Nigeria’s unity is negotiable. 

He said, “The world would appear to be tired of Nigeria, and the preoccupation of the world is fixed on a containment of the nuisance that we have become, because if the world has any care left for us, how has it found the grace of condonement, acquiescence, and obvious complicity? 

“How has the cause of liberty been promoted in Nigeria by the British and the Americans? With ALL of their eyes in the Nigerian skies, what did they see on the 20th of October at Lekki. The Western world has found accommodation for evil in Nigeria. But if Harold Smith is to be believed, the ruination of Nigeria by the British is not an accident, it is by design. 

“Let it be heard loud and clear; Afenifere shall be leading the Yoruba nation to demand substantial restructuring, before any FRAUDULENT ELECTIONS might be held in 2023, and the response of the Buharist regime to these equitable demands for restructuring the country along federalist lines, in order to restore it to its roots and original agreements, shall go a long way in shaping the position of the Yoruba people in the future, but let it be heard loud and clear; NIGERIA IS NOT ONLY NEGOTIABLE, IT IS EVIDENTLY DYING. 

“Gen. Yakubu Gowon (rtd) to keep Nigeria one, is it for the Fulani to dominate other ethnic nationalities?

Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo (rtd), Nigeria unity is non-negotiable, for the Yorubas to be under Fulani domination?

Your Eminence Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, Sultan of Sokoto, Gen. Abdusulami Abubakar (rtd), Bishop Kukah, can we have peace without equity and justice?”



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