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Labo Popoola: A Whiff Of Revisionism

Labo Popoola: A Whiff Of Revisionism

🕔18:47, 25.Jul 2020

On that of M.K.O Abiola, I never knew that Ibrahim Babangida was an Ìjèbú man. Neither has it come to my attention that Sultan Dasuki was from Ìjerò Ekiti.

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Welcome, Oòduà Nation!

Welcome, Oòduà Nation!

🕔15:24, 24.Jul 2020

This coming OÒDUÀ NATION is inevitable to say the obvious. No army could stop it. No Airforce could impede its march. No Navy could swim against its tide.

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Yorùbá Nation: What Do We Want?- Rejoinder To Dr. Oladimeji Alo

Yorùbá Nation: What Do We Want?- Rejoinder To Dr. Oladimeji Alo

🕔19:28, 11.Jul 2020

What is the benefit of Osinbajo’s Vice Presidency or any of the empowered Tinubu cronies to the ordinary man or woman at Iragberi, Sepeteri, Oko Awo, Iree, Adà, Idominasi, Itire, Odédá, Ìjèbú – Igbó, Erùnmu, Olódó,

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Bola Tinubu, Ibrahim Magu, The Cabal And 2023

Bola Tinubu, Ibrahim Magu, The Cabal And 2023

🕔02:38, 9.Jul 2020

The Cabal is determined to decimate Tinubu. Tinubu has been turned to the enemy of his people whom he had repeatedly betrayed. He had built his power on the quicksand of crude accumulation of wealth via mercantilist politics.

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Robert Nesta

Robert Nesta

🕔04:18, 5.Jun 2020

In his younger days, before becoming a convert to Rastafarianism, his air was unapologetically afro in style. Unlike other philosophically confused musicians of his era who “fried” their hair to ape the Caucasoid. They were among those languishing in “mental slavery.” Despite the fact that his biological father, Norval Sinclair Marley, was a Briton, he was clear in his mind about who he was. He understood his History.

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Open Letter To Journalist Jide Kolade

Open Letter To Journalist Jide Kolade

🕔16:34, 26.May 2020

And mind you, Jide, my dear brother, this has nothing to do with literacy or education. We all know that there is a big gulf of difference between education and literacy.

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Oòduà Nation: Letter To Prof. Olakanmi Abimbola (Part 1)

Oòduà Nation: Letter To Prof. Olakanmi Abimbola (Part 1)

🕔03:27, 25.May 2020

As to your concern sir, about fragmentation among the self determination groups in the Yorùbá Nation, my response is to advise that you contextualize the current struggle in History. If you do, you would be more encouraged and, in fact, be fired up, sir.

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Yinka Odumakin And The Afenifere Bouts Of Bitterness

Yinka Odumakin And The Afenifere Bouts Of Bitterness

🕔18:47, 21.May 2020

The Afenifere should remember that there is a very thin line between love and hate. That line is dangerously fragile. More than any group, the Afenifere knows that our people are not idiots.

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Illegal Miners And Criminals: The Invasion Of Ìjèsà Land

Illegal Miners And Criminals: The Invasion Of Ìjèsà Land

🕔06:40, 11.May 2020

It is already out of control. The pillaging locusts are here. In their legions, they have landed and are still landing. They are ravenous. They are voracious. They are ferocious and are avaricious. Their edacity is mind-boggling. Their cupidity is seriously unsettling.

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Obafemi Awolowo: … And The Man Passed On

Obafemi Awolowo: … And The Man Passed On

🕔16:00, 10.May 2020

Obafemi Oyeniyi Awolowo, fondly called AWO by all, was the first Premier of the Western Region in Nigeria. He was a leader much more beloved by his people

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