As they say, Wonders shall never end. It is no longer uncommon to hear bizarre stories that often leave us asking a lot of perturbing questions. Have you ever come across Yoruba youths demanding sovereignty before?. Have you ever seen young men demanding independence in a sovereign nation before?. Here is a practical example for you to see and possibly learn.
Presently, some Yoruba youths have taken to the streets in protest for a Yoruba sovereign nation. These youths were spotted around the Agege area of Lagos state today protesting in their numbers. They were seen with placards with pictures of Sunday Igboho and Chief Adams. As is observed, these boys are breaking the law through their actions. According to Nigerian law, demanding and declaring a nation is a sovereign country amounts to a treasonable felony.
Here is a screenshot;
These pictures have gotten a lot of attention so far as many Nigerians are reacting to them. The majority is of the view that the said Yoruba youths are jobless. They however advised them to get a job now and stop agitating.
There are a few others who think differently. This category of people reasoned that they are brave. They argued that it takes only courage to do what they are doing. They however asked them to be cautious to avoid being arrested.
What do you think?.
• Do you think that they should be arrested?.
• Do you think that they didn't do anything wrong?.
• Do you think that they are fighting for their right?.
Here are some pictures;
Nigerians are however reacting.
Here are some comments so far;
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