Yoruba’s journey to redemption has begun -Akintoye –

Professor Banji Akintoye

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Written by Dapo Akinrefon

FORMER President of the Yoruba World Congress, Professor Banja Akintoye, yesterday expressed optimism that Yoruba’s path to redemption had begun by saying that the race would realize its dream of the state of Oduduwa without any bloodshed.

Akintoye said the organization’s national elections, which were previously scheduled to take place during the holiday season in Ibadan, were postponed due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is currently shaking the country.

In a statement by Secretary, Media and Communications Ilana Omo Oduduwe,

Maxwell Adeleye said some of the technical difficulties currently being witnessed on the organization’s website will be corrected to pave the way for more membership registrations ahead of the organization’s congress scheduled for maintenance after the country wins the war against the Covid-19 pandemic.

Akintoye said, “Yoruba’s journey to redemption has begun, and we will soon reach our land of Canaan without any bloodshed.”

He also assured the Yoruba people around the world that he would soon gain his freedom, declaring “the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria and the unification of Southern and Northern Nigeria in 1914 a kidnapping of the property and sovereignty of the people of the Middle Belt. and the southern parts of the country. “

Akintoye announced the former Commissioner for Education in the state of Osun, Professor Wale Adeniran as interim national chairman, while Opeoluwa Akinola was appointed interim secretary general, and Kayode Akinwande as assistant.

Also, Otunba Folashade Olukoya was appointed interim national treasurer, while Basorun Kunle Adesokan was named interior minister.

The statement reads: “Bunmi Abidogun has been announced as interim secretary for traditional property, while the former director general of Nigeria’s national troops, Dr. Akinsola Adejuwon, announced Secretary of the Youth Strengthening and Development Initiative.

“Maxwell Adeleye has been appointed Secretary, Media and Communications, while a UK-based activist, Ms. Sola Salako, has been appointed Diaspora Coordinator.”

Vanguard News Nigeria

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