Group calls on Yoruba elders, traditional rulers to commence process of safeguarding Yoruba race


A pan Yoruba ethnic group, Yoruba Voice of Liberation has called on politics leaders in the southwest, traditional rulers and influential individuals to commence process of safeguarding the entire race.

The group made the call in a communiqué in response to ethnic tensions caused by terrorism and extra judicial killings as well as orchestrated violence against some sections of the country..

The call for self preservation is a direct response to incessant attacks by Fulani herdsmen in some States in the southwest with attendant mayhem,threats to lives and properties,rape and kidnapping.

The communique, endorsed by the President of Yoruba voice of liberation, Comrade Ayo Faleti and its secretary General, Comrade Ademola Adekunle alluded to the recent statement credited to Nigeria Defence Minister, Major General Bashir Magashi (rtd) where he called on Nigerians to square up with bandits to press home the advocate for self protection by the Yorubas.

The group frowned at what it described as double standard by the federal government in dealing with criminals unequally.

The Yoruba Voice of Liberation questioned the rationale behind government order on gun licensed citizens to surrender their arms while criminal Fulani herders were not ordered to turn in their illegally acquired arms.

The communique recalled the tragic violence in Shasha market Ibadan, and the murder of a traditional ruler, Olufon of Ifon in Ondo state,without suspects being brought to book.

The communiqué wants Governors of the southwest to ensure a collective use of all apparatus to build a wall of protection round our homes and placed.

The communique questions the poliferation of arms and ammunition and linked it to the tension in Lagos question along ethnic lines.
The Yoruba Voice of liberation called for a quicker and reasonable resolution of issues germane to peace,survival and progress of Yoruba land.


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