Yoruba Group to lead a rally for separation on April 17th 

Yoruba Groups Are Planning to do a mega rally  On April 17, all round politics 2021 due to the current situation of things in Nigeria. The Groups have reportedly started  planned for a mega support rally for separate nation in Ibadan.

 

What Yoruba Nation is planning to do on the 17th of April has been making lots of Nigerians react differently. Just this evening, Yoruba Group opened up and revealed that they will be organizing a mega support rally for separate nation in Ibadan.

 

According to a recent report that was made by reporters, they took to their Twitter page and shared screenshots of what Yoruba Group Plans To Do On the 17th of April.

Yoruba Group to lead a rally for separation on April 17th 
Yoruba Group to lead a rally for separation on April 17th

More reports from Sahara reporters also made it known that Yoruba group are pushing for a separate nation for Yoruba people, Oduduwa Republic on Tuesday publicized details about the planned march on its Twitter handle.

 

 


Oduduwa was a Yoruba divine king. According to tradition he was the holder of the title of the Ooni of Ile- Ife, the Yoruba holy city. He was not only the first ruler of a unified Ife, but also the progenitor of various independent royal dynasties in Yorubaland and ancestor of their numerous crowned Kings.

 

His name, phonetically written by Yoruba language – speakers as Odùduwà and sometimes contracted as Ooduwa, Odudua or Oòdua is today venerated as ” the hero, the warrior, the leader and father of the Yoruba race” .

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For a long time as propagated by early writers of Yoruba history. Through a war lasting many years, Oduduwa was able to defeat the forces of the 13 indigenous communities of Ife led by Obatala and formed these communities into a single Ife unit.

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