Breaking: Oduduwa ignores Police order as protesters massively storms the street of Abeokuta, demands Yoruba Nation (Video)




Despite the threat by the police that no rally should hold in Ogun State on Saturday, Yoruba nation agitators are currently on the streets of Abeokuta, the state capital.


The agitators, dressed in various local outfits, marched through Ake palace to access other parts of the state capital.

A leader of the group, while addressing the people, said “we had spoken with the police. Nobody can stop us from walking freely on our fatherland.

“That’s Alake’s palace, we are going there. They all know we are fighting their cause. They know we want to save them from the Fulanis.


“Yorubas can plan a seven-day battle for seven years. What we are doing now is preparation. Just continue repeating that what we want is Yoruba nation.

“Do not fight anybody. We are not criminals. We are not here to attack anybody. We did not come here with any weapons. What we want is Yoruba nation.”

Recall, the Ogun State Police Command had earlier warned those agitating for Yoruba nation not to go ahead with a mass rally said to have been scheduled for May 1 in Abeokuta.

According to the police, “Consequently, the rally slated for Abeokuta on 1st May, 2021, is viewed by the Command as one too many in the State, and therefore not approved. Parents and guardians are hereby advised to warn their children and wards not to be involved in any of such gathering that may expose them to violence and consequently bring them on a collision course with the security agencies.

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