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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 11:23pm On Nov 24, 2015
raumdeuter:


This is not peculiar to the SW alone

With an independent nation we can go back to provinces like it used to be

WHile we are all Yoruba we are still different even calling everyone Yoruba was a recent phenomenon

I am sure you know about the clamour for Ijebu State from the current Ogun State, Same with Oke-Ogun from current Oyo and Oduduwa State from current Osun

Are you postulating that it would be easier to abolish states & LGs and just create provinces along historical kingdoms? And have one premier?

If that, I worry that traditional rulers may interfere too much. But it would be better than the current arrangement.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 11:27pm On Nov 24, 2015
9jacrip:
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Using division from the past [that wasn't even in existence till post Oyo] as a determinant for the feasibility of the implementation of a system that achieved much more than what we currently operate has or ever will is not good enough Egbon.

At least regional system worked for the short period it existed unlike our present system that has lasted longer but keeps making the future appear bleaker by the year.

Wouldn't it be right to try a something that once worked than cower under the fear of Yoruba division that didn't hinder it in its first attempt?

Just my thoughts egbon Katz.

I was responding to DK's post about divisions.

If you have followed my posts, you would have realised that I have a preference for regionalism.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:27pm On Nov 24, 2015
Katsumoto:


I was responding to DK's post about divisions.

If you have followed my posts, you would have realised that I have a preference for regionalism.

E ma binu jare.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by FreeGlobe(f): 11:30pm On Nov 24, 2015
Katsumoto:


Excellent question

Simple answer - Because Yoruba chieftains can't put the Yoruba interests above their selfish interests.

Merging of states would solve this issue of bloated civil services.
Why can't Ogun merge Lagos, Oyo with Osun, and Ondo with Ekiti?

Have three big states with more autonomous LGs for outreach to citizens?


The bold, Impossible undecided
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by raumdeuter: 11:30pm On Nov 24, 2015
Katsumoto:


Are you postulating that it would be easier to abolish states & LGs and just create provinces along historical kingdoms? And have one premier?

If that, I worry that traditional rulers may interfere too much. But it would be better than the current arrangement.

Yes. Its easier to identify with historical kingdoms than the attempted STate creation by the military. Oyo STate, Osun state, EKiti STate Ogun state lagos State are Nigerian and military terminologies

There can be up to 20 provinces based on our ancestral differences. WHat is called Osun currently is a combination of Igbomina, Oyo speaking, Ijesha, And Ife people, Ogun is made of Egba, Ijebu and riverine people, Ondo is made of Ondo, AKure, Ikale, and riverine people

Merge the Ekiti in Kwara with the current EKiti, The Okun can stand alone, the Igbomina in Kwara merge with their Osun brothers

It would make traditional rulers more powerful but Yorubas dont have an issue with obeying their annointed kings and like in Oyo empire there are Oyo mesi to check the king

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Katsumoto: 12:02am On Nov 25, 2015
raumdeuter:


Yes. Its easier to identify with historical kingdoms than the attempted STate creation by the military. Oyo STate, Osun state, EKiti STate Ogun state lagos State are Nigerian and military terminologies

There can be up to 20 provinces based on our ancestral differences. WHat is called Osun currently is a combination of Igbomina, Oyo speaking, Ijesha, And Ife people, Ogun is made of Egba, Ijebu and riverine people, Ondo is made of Ondo, AKure, Ikale, and riverine people

Merge the Ekiti in Kwara with the current EKiti, The Okun can stand alone, the Igbomina in Kwara merge with their Osun brothers

It would make traditional rulers more powerful but Yorubas dont have an issue with obeying their annointed kings and like in Oyo empire there are Oyo mesi to check the king

I am getting you. Do you suggest this template only in an Odua nation or do you think it is workable in a regional setting within Nigeria?

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by raumdeuter: 1:14am On Nov 25, 2015
Katsumoto:
I am getting you. Do you suggest this template only in an Odua nation or do you think it is workable in a regional setting within Nigeria?

I am mostly concerned about Odua nation. Nigeria is way too complex that even good ideas get shot down because of jealousy or that because people dont just understand what they want.

It depends on their historical setting some places dont have a history to hook on to. I think I believe its workable in most places in Nigeria especially in the North and middle belt. Its easier to be joined together with people you share the same ancestry.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 1:22am On Nov 25, 2015
Ilaje44:


The Spambot banned me for replying to somebody that greeted me in German.


Here is a video dedicated to one of the old guild of Youtubers (Adunbarin) where you can hear me speak Ilaje Jamani. It's also an old video.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiqUMO22bR8

Nice video. See you spinning words like cotton candy.

Egbon, keep up the good work wink
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 1:24am On Nov 25, 2015
@Zimoni

I dey here o.

How body?
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by MayorofLagos(m): 1:31am On Nov 25, 2015
Katsumoto:


grin grin grin grin

Let's first establish that you aren't a squatter. When did your forebears get to Lagos? grin grin grin

Katz,
My forbears set foot on Eko the same rainy season of the year the Carlos I, King of Portugal lost five merchant ships to gale winds in the Gulf of Guinea. They called my great great grandfather on the rescue mission to save lives. As reward Carlos started trading with Eko, christening it Lagos and established diplomatic exchange. cool

Nobody merges anything until Im properly compensated. Besides, 7heads of goats have to be sacrificed as well to call the ancestors and see if they agree to this merger or not. Mind you, the money compensation is non refunded if they reject the merger.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by IlekeHD: 1:32am On Nov 25, 2015
raumdeuter:


Yes. Its easier to identify with historical kingdoms than the attempted STate creation by the military. Oyo STate, Osun state, EKiti STate Ogun state lagos State are Nigerian and military terminologies

There can be up to 20 provinces based on our ancestral differences. WHat is called Osun currently is a combination of Igbomina, Oyo speaking, Ijesha, And Ife people, Ogun is made of Egba, Ijebu and riverine people, Ondo is made of Ondo, AKure, Ikale, and riverine people

Merge the Ekiti in Kwara with the current EKiti, The Okun can stand alone, the Igbomina in Kwara merge with their Osun brothers

It would make traditional rulers more powerful but Yorubas dont have an issue with obeying their annointed kings and like in Oyo empire there are Oyo mesi to check the king

Say what?


Okun can stay alone but the Ekitis in Kwara can't? Why not just blend the whole SW na?
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by MayorofLagos(m): 1:45am On Nov 25, 2015
CHRISTALLITE:

Okay Sir.

I will appreciate it.
I will surely go if am called.

No,I haven't apply for any scholarship,please put me through.


Put you through what, application for scholarship??
Please go to the govt secratariat and get that started.

By birthright as a Yoruba, you have rights to scholarship for education but your eligibility will need to be proven to get it. You cannot leave your birthright wasted and turn to internet begging for help.

Take what belongs to you!
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 4:07am On Nov 25, 2015
Katsumoto:


And yet

1. Some folk think Yoruba can have an independent nation with so much division. It appears even regionalism can't work.

2. More importantly, people want progress but don't understand what is required and are not prepared to accept change

SMDH


It is when we get rregional autonomy that we will face the Ogun people who have been marginalizing the rest of us politically since time immemorial...... grin
From Papa Awo to OBJ to Shonekan to PYO, the ogun folks have stopped the rest of us from developing, the lack of equity & justice is mind numbing, we will secede.. tongue

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 4:27am On Nov 25, 2015
Aareonakakanfo:
Meeehn modath I visited that preggy thread and I was really impressed.Soo much sanity

No fight,everybody get sense,knowledge too.There are doctors among them

No wonder they don't want to leave that peaceful place grin

Who wan comot VGC go live for Ajegunle

I don't know how the females on this board survive

Eyin gaan ma rugged offline no be small grin cheesy

Just today,I saw a guy displaying mizkulikuli's pics and I was like meeeehn awon boys yi o nice ooo




Unlike 90% of the people who have no sense of purpose & keep spamming Politics board with diatribes & invectives, no one on that thread wandered there..

Proffessional & cultured women na hin full there, sharing ideas,opinions & experiences to guide one other, the thread make sense die & we do have lots & lots of laughs dia..

It does get Testy & hot on occassions but in little or no time,sanity is restored & it is higgly commendable despite most having hormonal surges & it's attendant effect on emotions.. smiley

I am bipolar, I go out of my way to make peace & I can still tear cloth fight IF NEED BE.... The hand dealt dictates my stand...

As for the crazies & trolls here, 95% of them are miserable & therefore see the internet as a free rein to let off steam.. Most of dem E lions are no more than pussykats when they don't have access to their chinko phones & 10MBs....

Youthful exuberance na hin dey worry mizkulialata, she is also full of hot air which explains why she & trolls have so much drama, she has her pic on her profile.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Firefire(m): 5:08am On Nov 25, 2015
Wonderful! ^^^^
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by MayorofLagos(m): 5:19am On Nov 25, 2015
modath:



It is when we get rregional autonomy that we will face the Ogun people who have been marginalizing the rest of us politically since time immemorial...... grin
From Papa Awo to OBJ to Shonekan to PYO, the ogun folks have stopped the rest of us from developing, the lack of equity & justice is mind numbing, we will secede.. tongue

...MKO!

grin.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 5:25am On Nov 25, 2015
raumdeuter:


Yes. Its easier to identify with historical kingdoms than the attempted STate creation by the military. Oyo STate, Osun state, EKiti STate Ogun state lagos State are Nigerian and military terminologies

There can be up to 20 provinces based on our ancestral differences. WHat is called Osun currently is a combination of Igbomina, Oyo speaking, Ijesha, And Ife people, Ogun is made of Egba, Ijebu and riverine people, Ondo is made of Ondo, AKure, Ikale, and riverine people

Merge the Ekiti in Kwara with the current EKiti, The Okun can stand alone, the Igbomina in Kwara merge with their Osun brothers

It would make traditional rulers more powerful but Yorubas dont have an issue with obeying their annointed kings and like in Oyo empire there are Oyo mesi to check the king


Brilliant blueprint maaan.Brilliant! I'm thinking of forwarding this to DAWN to see what they think about it

I don't think they have anything like this in their document

Those guys need to create a nairaland account as well.Think Oyo have one even though they hardly log in

South-west states also need to have nairaland accounts with which they can use to update us on what's going on
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by MayorofLagos(m): 5:30am On Nov 25, 2015
raumdeuter:


I am mostly concerned about Odua nation. Nigeria is way too complex that even good ideas get shot down because of jealousy or that because people dont just understand what they want.

It depends on their historical setting some places dont have a history to hook on to. I think I believe its workable in most places in Nigeria especially in the North and middle belt. Its easier to be joined together with people you share the same ancestry.



Raum,
Speaking of North, where is rhino? grin
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 5:33am On Nov 25, 2015
[size=15pt]Oyo govt. to create credible data base of SMEs[/size]



Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State said on Tuesday that his administration would create a credible data base of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s) to further develop the state.

Ajimobi said this at a stakeholders meeting with heads of local government administration from the 33 local government areas at the State Ministry of Trade and Investment, Ibadan.

The governor was represented by Mr Yinka Fatoki, the Executive Secretary, Bureau of Investment Promotion/Public Private Partnership (BIP/PPP).

He said that the essence of the programme was to create the atmosphere for small businesses to thrive.
“We have rolled out several policies in the last four years for businesses to thrive, among which was the N16 billion window with Bank of Industry (BOI) and N2bn with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for SMEs,’’ he said.

Ajimobi said that there was no way the nation could close its eyes to SMEs, saying Nigeria must cease being a monolithic economy in order to get out of its economic misfortune.

Also, Mr Amos Ogunwale, Senior Research Fellow, Nigeria Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), said that the state government’s action “was a right step in a right direction’’.

Ogunwale said that the feasibility of Oyo State assuming a key position as economic power and a catalytic hub for development had become a major concern of government with the dwindling oil revenue.

He said that the state government had taken appropriate steps, having constituted a working and implementation committee consisting of several agencies to work on the assignment.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that among the agencies constituted are NISER, Oyo State Bureau of Statistics, Oyo State Ministry of Economic Planning and Nigeria Investments Promotion Council (NIPC).
Others are the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the project was to be anchored by the office of the state’s Head of Service.

Ogunwale said that a pilot survey of the project would take place by the second week of January while the main survey was scheduled for the second week of February in 2016.

He said that six local governments – Ibadan South-West, Ibadan North-East, Ibarapa North, Surulere, Egbeda and Iwajowa – had been selected for the pilot scheme, while the main survey would hold in the 33 local governments.

https://www.today.ng/news/national/42838/oyo-govt-to-create-credible-data-base-of-smes?utm_source=&utm_medium=twitter
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 5:39am On Nov 25, 2015
[size=13pt]Chinese company plans steel plant for Oyo[/size]

Chinese company, HBIS Tanshan Group, has proposed the establishment of a 3-million metric tonne steel plant in Oyo State.

The group disclosed this at a meeting with the state government officials, represented by the State Deputy Governor, Moses Alake-Adeyemo, and other top government officials were also present. One of the directors, Zhao Lishu, and the current Special Adviser to the Minister for Steel in China, Gu Lin, led the Chinese delegation.

The HBIS delegation from China was led by Alake-Adeyemo assured the company the state was one of the largest in Nigeria with the largest land mass. Oyo is the 14th largest of the 36 states.

He said proposed partnership with the HBIS group was a strategic one.

“We cannot quantify the merits of this proposed partnership between HBIS and Oyo state. This partnership will definitely increase Oyo state’s IGR, employment, investment etc. Oyo state is prepared to partner with HBIS in establishing the 3 Million MT Steel Plant. For any country to develop, iron and still will be core to their development,” Alake-Adeyemo said.

The Chinese HBIS Group Han-Steel was established in 1958. It has developed into one important high-quality plate and strip production base in China after over half a century of hard work and has comprehensively possessed an annual steel production capacity of 10 million tonnes.

It has total assets of 61,8 billion Yuan (US$970 million) and annual sales revenues of more than 35 billion Yuan.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 5:48am On Nov 25, 2015
Lets also not forget these are some of the challenges facing the South-west.I will like us to always randomly pick any of these issues and give suggestions on how to curb them

TreyQ sorry for the wrong accusation.E dariji mi wink

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by HARMYMY(f): 6:03am On Nov 25, 2015
Modath,mummy Ejire,Zaynie nay here you pack come, I beg shifts a little bit make I sit-down dey enjoy historical values. Good morning everyone.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 7:11am On Nov 25, 2015
MayorofLagos:


...MKO!

grin.



My bad... , i disregarded him cos i believe "Almost doesn't count" embarassed... He was a friend of the military junta till things fell apart....& if I'm being truthful, as much as i believe he gave his life for the entrenchment of democracy in Nigeria, i am convinced it was not for any altruistic reasons, it was just happenstance...

He wanted POWER to crown the MONEY & RESPECT.

(According to Shymm3x, that is what The Lox said grin)

My 2k..
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 7:19am On Nov 25, 2015
Aareonakakanfo:
Lets also not forget these are some of the challenges facing the South-west.I will like us to always randomly pick any of these issues and give suggestions on how to curb them

TreyQ sorry for the wrong accusation.E dariji mi wink






By the time we exhaust all these, my youngins go don finish dem PHDs... cheesy


HARMYMY:
Modath,mummy Ejire,Zaynie nay here you pack come, I beg shifts a little bit make I sit-down dey enjoy historical values. Good morning everyone.

Good morning & welcome, find better cushion & balance well well.... wink

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 7:23am On Nov 25, 2015
I'll be bombarding this thread tomorrow with never-seen pictures of Ogun and Oyo

Y'all should get your picture albums wink
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by forgiveness: 8:19am On Nov 25, 2015
Aareonakakanfo:
OAUTemitayo please post the link to your blog

Have you started adding stuffs to it?

Shymm3x/forgiveness/interloper a nice youtube page for you guys to track our home grown talents

300 pages gift smiley.I try na grin


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf40-DtiucBzrkSn7WMYsgw

Hmm! OK. I will latter check it.

The last time you were not sure of Michael Olaitan call up to the National team, but I can authoritatively tell you he has never been called once by the Senior national team.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by WIZGUY69(m): 8:25am On Nov 25, 2015
Aareonakakanfo:
I'll be bombarding this thread tomorrow with never-seen pictures of Ogun and Oyo

Y'all should get your picture albums wink



Wtf shocked
I can't wait. wink
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by MayorofLagos(m): 8:37am On Nov 25, 2015
Before Cocoa, Yorubaland was the cotton bed for West Africa.

Exports from Yorubaland,
Cotton
Palm Oil

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by CHRISTALLITE: 8:40am On Nov 25, 2015
MayorofLagos:


Put you through what, application for scholarship??
Please go to the govt secratariat and get that started.

By birthright as a Yoruba, you have rights to scholarship for education but your eligibility will need to be proven to get it. You cannot leave your birthright wasted and turn to internet begging for help.

Take what belongs to you!
Sir,I reside in Ibadan.
I am an indigene of Osun State.Would I need to go to Osun secretariat or I can apply here in Oyo State secretariat?
Sir,is it Local Government Secretariat or State's?
And Sir,how urgent would I to be considered,seeing it is very close now.And when should I start my movement.
Who should I approach;I mean what office or department.
Who should I request to see or meet.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by MayorofLagos(m): 8:41am On Nov 25, 2015
FreeGlobe:

The bold, Impossible undecided

Freepousy,
Babaloke lo ma pa e! angry

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by forgiveness: 9:09am On Nov 25, 2015
TreyQ:
Responsibilities Of An Oba In Ancient Yoruba Kingdom

Oba is a Yoruba term for King, an Oba is the monarchical head of government in ancient Yoruba kingdoms. Some Obas ruled supreme over their kingdoms and subjects with unchecked powers while some had checks and balances like the great Old Oyo Empire (OOE), some have their powers checked as a result of their tributary status to OOE.

Their titles and appellations vary amongst clans in Yorubaland, for example, the Oba of Oyo is called ‘Alaafin of Oyo’ (Man of the palace at Oyo), some Obas’ titles are attributes to their land, examples are Oluwo of Iwo, Osolo of Isolo and so forth.

There are first class and second class Obas. First class Obas are of the ancient Yoruba kingdoms that had been in existence since the primordial era, the Alaafin, Ooni, Alake, Eleko (Oba of Lagos) are all first class Oba.

Second class Obas are the Obas of less popular kingdoms in Yorubaland, the first class and second class Oba do wear beaded crowns and royal regalia, they also hold ‘Irukere’ (fly-whisk).

There are Baale (Father of the land) who are mainly viceroys and do not wear crown as they are affiliates and their towns are tributary to a neighbouring Oba.

An Oba title is not necessarily hereditary in Yorubaland although history has it that at the outset of every kingdom, powers are transferred hereditary I.e. From an Oba to the crown prince but some strange events compromised it, for example, a situation where the Oba has no prince or the prince is too young to become an Oba, a situation where the kingdom was defeated and the royal family was exiled etc. Apart from OOE where The Oyomesi cabinet is chooser of Oba, the common method is, once an Oba dies, the Olu-awo (Head of Ifa) of the kingdom is consulted by the Ijoyes (Chiefs) to follow ancestral means of choosing the next Oba, the Olu-awo would consult the Orisa of different deities and after some rigorous sacrifices and rituals, he (Olu-Awo) would pronounce whom is next to become the Oba.

An ancient Oba in Yorubaland would normally be the wealthiest, most influential and most important personality. They enjoyed life to the extreme, Yoruba would often say ‘Oun je aiye oloba’ (living the life of a king) if someone is living flamboyantly.

The Obas of course had many responsibilities and privileges that come with their high-status role. As divine Obas, they had access to special powers and extraordinary wisdom to carry out their thoughtful tasks. They settle disputes, pass judgements; compensate and punish, protect their subjects, develop the land among others.

An ancient Oba would have a lot of privileges among them would be ‘gbese le’ (the act of an Oba putting his leg on a kneeling woman’s shoulder). An ancient Oba could marry any woman at anytime, all he needed to do was to gbese le (oral history states this is quite uncommon). That gesture signifies ownership and marriage to the woman. If an Oba was on his forecourt, any subject who walked pass must stop to greet him. Therefore, any beautiful woman who catches his eyes might become his wife.

In this case, if the woman was married, an ‘Aroko’ (material message) would be sent to the husband to indicate the divorce and remarry of his wife, he would however though be compensated.

Husbands would warn their wives to avoid the palace, not being disrespectful to the Oba, but to avoid the occurrence of ‘gbese le’

Ancient Obas were highly respected and were often referred to as ‘igbakeji Orisa’ (second to the supreme deity), an order of an Oba is of high magnitude and must be strictly adhered to, anyone who flouted their laws might be executed as shown in this saying: “Eni ba foju di oba, Awowo awo” (Awowo would wreck those who disobey Oba).

Awowo was a machete used to execute those who disobeyed the Obas in Ancient Yorubaland.
.

Nice write up. But emm, please remember this saying, 'Oba ko ju Oba lo'. grin

For those who consider some Oba's higher than others, make una no vex. Because some Yoruba Kingdoms were never conquered and were never able to be subjugated by any Kingdom. So, they therefore remain a super king in their own right. We shouldn't use the advantage of past history of some Kingdoms or empires to subjugate other Kingdoms.

I think this should be our discussion for today.

Should kingship be abolish in case Nigeria disintegrate and the issues of first class Oba causes division?

@Aareonakakanfo over to you sir.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Arch1: 9:09am On Nov 25, 2015
Musiwa419:
Someone called my attention to the radio biafra facebook page. Those bastards wants to bring their nonsense protest to Lagos.
Unfortunately, Kabiyesi, Oba Akiolu just travelled to London yesterday. I am sure he wouldnt take it likely.
While i support the ibos agitation for biafra as much as i support the dismemberment of this country and the eventual creation of an independent Yoruba nation, i do not subscribe to this plan of a biafra protest in Lagos state. It is highly provocative and it would certainly lead to chaos and bloodletting.
I got the news yesternight and i immediately sent a message to the Deputy Governor, Secertary to the Governor and the State's Chief of Staff. I hope they got my message and i hope it would be part of their discussion at the council meeting today.

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