It's no news that some people from the Southern part of Nigeria known as Yoruba want a referendum to gain their dream nation, the Oduduwa Republic. The struggle for freedom intensified this very year after some elite personalities and activists joined hands with the people.
Just like Nnamdi Kanu is doing at the East, Sunday Igboho becomes the frontman in the struggle of the referendum for the Southerners. He has made a great impact by being fearless and speaking up for the betterment of Yoruba and the actualization of the Oduduwa Republic. He has also influenced many people and they were convinced to join the people in the quest.
According to their Facebook handle, supporters of the Oduduwa Republic have planned another major rally to keep showing the world how they eagerly want a referendum in no time. Recall that few weeks ago, they came out in mass and rallied at Bodija market in Ibadan, Oyo state, and some Deltans showed up at the arena to show support.
The forthcoming rally will hold on 24th April at Akure, Ondo State and they urge the people to show up again and never be tired when fighting for freedom because it never comes easy.
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