PROFESSOR BANJI AKINTOYE, THE WORLD-WIDE LEADER OF ILANA OMO OODUA, THE YORUBA GLOBAL MOVEMENT AND EMERITUS PROFESSOR EMMANUEL NWANZE, OF UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, HEAD CALL FOR YORUBA AND IGBO TO SPEAK WITH ONE VOICE

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Noting: the history of Yoruba and Igbo relations and the current sorry state of the political and economic situation in Nigeria which is in part caused by the breakdown of trust and harmony between the two ethnic groups. And recalling: the following statements by preeminent Igbo and Yoruba nationalists: “I am humbly of the opinion that the true beginnings of our loss of direction as a nation can be traced directly to the fabrication and installation of what I had earlier called east/west dichotomy” Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu - Because I am Involved “I hold it as a fact that if the Action Group and the NCNC, both of which parties have a monopoly of political following in the South, and at least one-third of the political followership in the North, could come together then, they would  . . . infinitely increase the tempo of progress…

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THE FATHERLAND MAGAZINE – DECEMBER 2020 EDITION

The December 2020 edition of The Fatherland magazine is out featuring: Dele Ogun on the 600 years (1420-2020) of scars on our people from the Slave Trade to the Lekki MassacreIdowu Ibrahim feature article on the story of the #ENDSARS protestsImasuan Okungbowa takes us down memory lane to the 1975 Ugep massacre by the Nigerian ArmyOlamide Akinwuntan discusses the politicisation of blame for the looting during the protestsDele Ogun offers a preview extract from his forthcoming new book, A Slave Ship Called JesusDuro Adebayo explores the growing threat posed by the use of private armiesJanet Lawrence charts the frontline role of women in the political struggles in NigeriaTony Ojolola tells the story of Sara Forbes Bonetta, Queen Victorias adopted daughter Please click here or the magazine to receive the magazine: https://fatherlandgroup.org/mailing-list/ Please do not hesitate to contact us for help at admin@Fatherlandgroup.Org. Yours faithfully, Dele Ogun Chairman, Fatherland Group Email: Admin@Fatherlandgroup.Org Website: https://fatherlandgroup.org Twitter: @Fatherlandgroup…

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