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Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 8:03am On Jun 27, 2013
The Dream.....The Country.......The Nation
Country: Oduduwa Republic
Capital: Lagos
Population: Approx. 40millionCurrency: Awo
GDP: Approx. US$187Billions (Purchasing power parity)
Languages: Yoruba & English
Government: Unitary System
Demonym: Yorubian
Area: 275 square kilometers
Points of Interest: Olumo Rock, Cocoa House, Third
Mainland Bridge, Arinta Waterfalls, River Osun, Ikogosi
Warm Spring and so forth
Mineral Resources: Oil, Gemstone, Kaolin,
Limestone,Feldspar, Tantalite, Phosphate, Tatium,
Granite, Syenite, Gold, Marble, Iron-Ore, Glass-sand,
Clay, Talc, Aqua Marine Tourmaline,Colimbite, Kaolin,
Sillimnote, Dolomite
States: Ekiti, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Oya (carved out
of Kwara), Ibadan (carved out of Oyo), Ijebu (carved
out of Ogun), Ijesa (carved out of Osun), Okun (carved
out of Kogi), Lagoon (carved out of Lagos)
A nation where we all share things in common such as
language, food, culture, norms and beliefs, tradition etc.
A nation where corruption will have no place of abode,
a nation where we watch one another's back
The best legacy for the next generation
Dream The Dream
!By: Bola Olalekan
#Oduduwa Republic #ProudlyYorùbá # like us on
facebook http://m.facebook.com/TheYorubaPeople?refid=13

Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by PehaKaso: 9:10am On Jun 27, 2013
Coming soon ===> People's Republic of the NIGER DELTA
Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by ckkris: 9:27am On Jun 27, 2013
This will be achieved in 2016, as price of Crude Oil crash,& Nigeria won't have enough money to maintain the Sedate and House of Representathieves, no money to pay the Armed Forces, the Police, & the Judiciary. To your tents all Nigerian tribes, the party is over, the deception is over, no money to loot again in the name of ONE NAJERIA.
Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by honifome(m): 8:51pm On Jun 28, 2013
Has alaafin of oyo and ooni of ife clarify their supremacy tussle?can we speak with one voice from various clans to achieve this?
Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by Rgp92: 7:11am On Jun 29, 2013
Ugly flag, no thanks. Stupid name, oduduwa republic? wtf


Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by anonymous6(f): 2:09pm On Jun 29, 2013
Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 12:06pm On May 13, 2020
All is now set for the 1st edition of the Yoruba World Congress Town Hall Meeting.

The event themed Towards Yoruba Prosperity will take place on Friday 15th May 2020 and will start at 11am GMT.
Expected to speak at the event is the Yoruba Leader Emeritus Prof Banji Akintoye and other Leaders of the Yoruba World Congress.

Confirming the event, YWC Secretary General Prof Anthony Kila noted that the event will be a chance for active members of the YWC and indeed all Yoruba People across the globe to interact with the leadership of the YWC and contribute to the future of the Yoruba people. This Town Hall Meeting is an online meeting and participation is free but registration is required. To participate fill the form below:

Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 12:23pm On May 13, 2020
Goodnews for Yoruba Nation

By Dapo Akinrefon

The Yoruba nation has been accepted as the 45th member of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation, UNPO, Banji Akintoye has said.

President of the Yoruba World Congress, YWC, Banji Akintoye, said this on Tuesday, noting that the latest development represented a very important step in the collective quest of Yoruba people to achieve the goal of dignity and self-determination.

UNPO, formed on February 11, 1991 in The Hague, Netherlands, is an international membership-based organisation established to empower the voices of unrepresented and marginalised peoples worldwide and to protect their fundamental human rights.

Members comprise indigenous peoples, minorities, unrecognised peoples or peoples of occupied territories.

Akintoye, in a statement, noted that the Yoruba-speaking nation membership was contained in a letter addressed to him through the YWC Coordinator for Europe by her Secretary-General, Ralph Bunche.

He said UNPO membership affords the Yoruba nation an opportunity to participate in advocacy training, worldwide cultural festivals, election monitoring/observation, and sports activities, among the unrepresented nations.

Akintoye said: “Some former members, such as Armenia, East Timor, Estonia, Latvia, Georgia and Palau have gained full independence and have joined the United Nations, UN, as full members.

“The peoples represented within the UNPO membership are all united by one shared condition: they are denied their equitable level of representation and voice in the institutions of the countries to which they currently belong and in international governance.

“As a consequence, their opportunity to participate on the national or international stage is limited and unfair, and they struggle against difficulties in their effort to realise their rights to civil and political participation and to control their own economic, social and cultural development.

“In many cases, they live under pressure of the worst forms of violence and repression, such as is being perpetrated by armed herdsmen and militias, as well as by terrorist Boko Haram, against many peoples of Nigeria, including our Yoruba nation.

“This violence and repression are being adroitly and surreptitiously supported by the government of Nigeria.

“In some cases, members of UNPO need serious help because they live in countries and under governments that actively resist their progress and destroy their achievements, as our Yoruba nation lives in Nigeria.

“The UNPO is able to address issues that often remain hidden because UNPO has the freedom to raise issues that others cannot raise due to political or funding constraints. Today, UNPO has more than 40 member-nations.”

Yoruba Nation becomes 45th Member of UNPO https://yorubaworldcongress.org/2020/05/08/yoruba-nation-becomes-45th-member-of-unpo/

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Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 2:46pm On May 15, 2020
Yoruba Nation Town hall Meeting Held on 15th May 2020 on Zoom


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