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YWC emphasises on creation of Yoruba nation, opens secretariat in Ibadan

by Kunle Awosiyan
YWC

The Yoruba World Congress has maintained that the negotiation on the move to dissolute Nigeria as a nation is a project achievable without fight, war or violence.

YWC made this known through it’s Leader, Prof. Banji Akintoye during the official opening of its national secretariat in Ibadan, Oyo State Capital.

The Yoruba World Congress is an umbrella body of Yoruba people and groups in about 170 local government areas in Nigeria and over 40 countries across the globe

Speaking on the current cases of corruption practices among political holders and especially the recent NDDC probe,
Prof Akinloye and kola Adeniyi a veteran journalist described the fight against corruption by the present administration a hoax

Prof. Akintoye while laying emphasis on the creation of the Yoruba nation without war, violence and crisis added that its recognition by UNPO has made a peaceful negotiation of Yoruba Nation achievable.

Director of Women Affairs and Welfare of the Yoruba World Congress, Prince Oyeronke Akinlolu explained the Congress is aimed to provide job opportunities for youths through agriculture as the congress is not pleased with the situation of unemployment in the country.

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