Yesterday, the yoruba nation agitators took to major highway in Ibadan for a mass rally about their alleged Oduduwa republic, the video was made available by Sunday Igboho's spokesperson facebook page, Koiki Media. The mass rally took place on major highways in Iwo road and this sparked reactions among Nigerians and his followers.
See screenshots from the video of the mass rally below.
This rally came few weeks after Sunday Igboho and Professor Banji Akintoye campaigned for the Yoruba nation and what started like a little thing witnessed one of its major rally in Ibadan yesterday. The agitators once had a rally in agege area of Lagos to share awareness about the Yoruba nation or Oduduwa republic.
Sunday Igboho and Prof Banji Akintoye had said there is no going back on their agitation and as things is going, the agitators are not backing down yet. Recall that the agitators showed up their proposed map and also a currency to back up their agitation. However, their latest step has sparked reactions amomg Nigerians, below are screenshots of reactions.
Credit: KOIKI MEDIA Facebook page.
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