Ondo State Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has warned, Sunday Igboho and others shouting that Nigeria should be divided to protect its state.
Akeredolu said the people of Ondo State have chosen to remain Nigerian citizens, so that some crooks do not create divisions among his people.
He said he would not allow anyone in Ondo State to protest, against the alleged Yoruba Nation by some people.
Aketi made the remarks while inaugurating Sister Oladuni Odu as the new secretary to, the state government and other newly appointed councilors in Akure.
As he put it citizens have the right under the law, to fight for their rights but everything has a right to it.
It is not that one will just stand up and speak on behalf, of all Yoruba tribes without being nominated for such a position.
He added that it was not appropriate for some to fight for independence because of what, they would see as a result of the struggle or for their own benefit.
He then lashed out at gunmen who attacked, Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom on Tuesday.
He also called on the security forces, to crack down on all those who are harassing Nigeria.
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