Tag Archives: Ẹgbẹ Ọmọ Oduduwa (Nigeria)

Time for A Referendum Law in [Nigeria’s] Yorubaland – Shenge Rahman & Femi Odedeyi

November 18, 2018


 Egbe Omo Oduduwa: Time for A Referendum Law  in Yorubaland WHEREAS: Federalism, a union of two or more entities, reflects a relationship between the “national” (center) and the “sub-national” (Regional) entities. Ignoring Geo-political Restructuring as the primary factor in Federalism in a multi-National, multi-Lingual and multi-Cultural society like Nigeria is to deny prospects of combined and even […]

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Towards a re-negotiation of Nigeria, Aṣiwaju Tinubu (Yoruba), Igbo and Niger-Delta candidates should run for the presidency alongside Buhari – Ẹgbẹ Ọmọ Oduduwa

June 16, 2018


Map of Nigeria showing major ethnic groups. (1) The Nigerian military declared May 29 as Nigeria’s “Democracy Day” in furtherance of the attempt to scuttle True Federalism in Nigeria; a process earlier embarked upon by the post-independence Central Government through emasculating the Government of Western Region by illegally and Unconstitutionally Declaring a State of Emergency […]

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