DEVELOPING TENSION: As Yoruba Nation Protest Hits Osogbo Western Nigeria
The protest came with loud chanting for the separation of western Nigeria, a tribe purportedly known as Yorubas. the call and agitation for the Yoruba Nation, which has beginning to create tension across other parts of Nigeria.
Nigeria a country infested by corrupt politicians, bad leaders, who have for decade marginalized the poor masses from west, north, east, and southern Nigeria, which in real sense is the primary cause of all these agitations going on in Nigeria
Biafra nation has been agitating and now the Yoruba nation has joined in agitating for the freedom of the Yoruba nation, how will it go, only but time will tell.
The protest today 15 May 2021 at Osogbo, was joined by scores of youths under the aegis of Omo Oduduwa United, have stormed the streets of Osogbo capital of Osun State to agitate for the Yoruba nation.
The protesters converged on November 27 bridge in the Africa area, Osogbo for the protest, before advancing to other areas within the state capital
They marched from the November 27 bridge through Ogo-Oluwa, Aregbe junction, Fakunle, Ola-Iya, and Odi Olowo areas.
The protesters carried placards, banners chanting secession songs, call for freedom, call for separation from the Federal Republic of Nigeria
Mass distributions of handbills to the passerby, posters were heavily littered across the state, and flex banners were also shared with people along the streets, the roads across the state
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Finally: the protesters then headed to Nelson Mandela Freedom Park, Old Garage.
The AfriNOTES Reporters were on the ground and had early reported that there was heavy security presence in major junctions of Osogbo as men of DSS, Police, JTF, Amotekun, and other local operatives were on the ground monitoring the protest
With they flag the match freely down the streets and roads of Osogbo capital of Osun State, calling on all Yorubas to join the agitation for Yoruba nation freedom, this being a developing tension, as the call for the Yoruba nation advanced to street protest. More details and updates to this development coming shortly…. stay tuned