Yoruba nation: South-West politicians against agitation over 2023 – Gani Adams

The Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, Gani Adams, on Monday, declared that there is no going back on agitation for Yoruba nation.

Adams accused some politicians in South West region of suppressing Yoruba interest due to their political ambition ahead of 2023.

He vowed that no amount of antics by “selfish” people would not stop the secessionists.

Adams spoke to journalists on at the 2021 Odun Aje (Wealth) Festival, held at Orile Agege in Lagos.

He said the ongoing constitution review was a plot to stop agitation for Yoruba nation would not work.

“The Yoruba are tired of this failed federation and we have graduated from restructuring to seeking self determination.

“Those clamouring for restructuring have their eyes in 2023 elections and their agenda is at variance with the present demand.

“For us as a race, it is a new dawn and we are determined to go all the way to get what we want legitimately and without creating unnecessary tension.

“As a Yoruba son or daughter, it does not matter whether you are a Muslim, Christian or traditionalist, it behooves on you to work with others for the progress of our race”, Adams added.