He made this statement after he alleged that Osun State DSS has being sending series of letters to them to caution them from bringing the rally into the State. Mr Koiki Olayomi however said that, no matter the security operatives on ground, nothing can stop the Oodua Nation rally on the 15th of May.
He made it known that the rally across other South-West States had been a peaceful one, but if the Osun State Government decide to make things hot, then they are equally ready for it.
Let us not forget that some people still believe in 'One Nigeria' and that the country will overcome its current problems, while others believe in the independence of the Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa people.
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