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Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by festacman(m): 3:09pm On Mar 25, 2021
1. Obstacle: Executive Governors, elected legislators and judicial officers in SW States who are currently responsible for day-to-day governance, lawmaking and justice dispensation respectively.

What is at stake: Can we afford to lose our legal mandates, powers and priveleges? Are the promoters of Oduduwa ready to recognize us and work with us?

2. Obstacle: Politicians with their well-oiled structures of local influencers/legitimizers and thuggish foot soldiers.

What is at stake: Who is behind Sunday Igboho? Are they preparing the throne for Rasheed Ladoja? What happens to our political power and influence, priveleges and patronages.

3. Obstacle: Obas with their cabinet members, traditional religious clerics and loyal subjects.

What is at stake: What happens to the thrones we inherited from our forefathers? What happens to our powers, influence and priveleges as monarchs? Already, the key agitators have shown lack of respect for Ooni, Alake, etc.

4. Obstacle: Yoruba Pastors with their Christ-centred church members.

What is at stake: Will Christians be free to practice their faith in Oduduwa? Will the drive for Yoruba nation give prominence to Yoruba traditional religious beliefs?

5. Obstacle: Yoruba professionals who naturally worry about how technocratic Suday Igboho's Oduduwa's would be.

What is at stake: Is Yoruba intelligentsia directly and indirectly involved in this secession bid? If Yoruba is highly educated, why is this agitation been driven by a political thug? Will fundamental freedoms be guaranteed under Oduduwa given the anger shown by promoters against critics?

6. Obstacle: Wealthy Yoruba families who are worried about what would happen to their safety as well as their direct and indirect investments in Oduduwa.

What is at stake: Given that an illiterate political thug is the arrowhed of Oduduwa, are we safe? What if the secession agitation develops into a social unrest with wealthy people targeted?

7. Obstacle: Odua People's Congress (OPC) with its highly organized and extensive hierarchical structure that would naturally feel threatened.

What is at stake: What happens to our boss Gani Adams and our organization given that Sunday Igboho is becoming the hero instead of Gani Adams? Do we thwart this secession agitation to preserve our existence?

7. Obstacle: Federating units that make up Nigeria.

What is at stake: For the South East it is, Yoruba joined the North to kill the Biafran dream, do we join the North to kill Oduduwa dream or do we use the opportunity to actualize Biafra too? What will be the status of quantum of industrial and real estate investments made by Igbos in SW? For the South South, Yoruba was quiet when we fought for resource control and moreover oil money was used to develop Lagos, why should we support their secession? For the North, do we use our of control of NAF to destroy Lagos before the secession?

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by Mayng01(m): 4:20pm On Mar 25, 2021
Hmmm
Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by Omoluabi1stborn: 4:23pm On Mar 25, 2021
festacman:
1. Obstacle: Executive Governors, elected legislators and judicial officers in SW States who are currently responsible for day-to-day governance, lawmaking and justice dispensation respectively.

What is at stake: Can we afford to lose our legal mandates, powers and priveleges? Are the promoters of Oduduwa ready to recognize us and work with us?

2. Obstacle: Politicians with their well-oiled structures of local influencers/legitimizers and thuggish foot soldiers.

What is at stake: Who is behind Sunday Igboho? Are they preparing the throne for Rasheed Ladoja? What happens to our political power and influence, priveleges and patronages.

3. Obstacle: Obas with their cabinet members, traditional religious clerics and loyal subjects.

What is at stake: What happens to the thrones we inherited from our forefathers? What happens to our powers, influence and priveleges as monarchs? Already, the key agitators have shown lack of respect for Ooni, Alake, etc.

4. Obstacle: Yoruba Pastors with their Christ-centred church members.

What is at stake: Will Christians be free to practice their faith in Oduduwa? Will the drive for Yoruba nation give prominence to Yoruba traditional religious beliefs?

5. Obstacle: Yoruba professionals who naturally worry about how technocratic Suday Igboho's Oduduwa's would be.

What is at stake: Is Yoruba intelligentsia directly and indirectly involved in this secession bid? If Yoruba is highly educated, why is this agitation been driven by a political thug? Will fundamental freedoms be guaranteed under Oduduwa given the anger shown by promoters against critics?

6. Obstacle: Wealthy Yoruba families who are worried about what would happen to their safety as well as their direct and indirect investments in Oduduwa.

What is at stake: Given that an illiterate political thug is the arrowhed of Oduduwa, are we safe? What if the secession agitation develops into a social unrest with wealthy people targeted?

7. Obstacle: Odua People's Congress (OPC) with its highly organized and extensive hierarchical structure that would naturally feel threatened.

What is at stake: What happens to our boss Gani Adams and our organization given that Sunday Igboho is becoming the hero instead of Gani Adams? Do we thwart this secession agitation to preserve our existence?

7. Obstacle: Federating units that make up Nigeria.

What is at stake: For the South East it is, Yoruba joined the North to kill the Biafran dream, do we join the North to kill Oduduwa dream or do we use the opportunity to actualize Biafra too? For the South South, Yoruba was quiet when we fought for resource control and moreover oil money was used to develop Lagos, why should we support their secession? For the North, do we use our of control of NAF to destroy Lagos before the secession?

You raised some very big points

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by ivolt: 4:56pm On Mar 25, 2021
What is at stake.
How economically viable will a nation formed by whims be?
This question is very important.

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by Ogbuu101: 5:49pm On Mar 25, 2021
Only threat to Oduduwa republic are Yoruba muslims.
It has been shown over time they prefer to be with their caliphate masters from Sokoto

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by hollah123: 6:20pm On Mar 25, 2021
Ogbuu101:
Only threat to Oduduwa republic are Yoruba muslims.
It has been shown over time they prefer to be with their caliphate masters from Sokoto
don't b stupid,we ain't ready for seccesion n we ain't interested.
we are still interested in Nigeria for now,do your seccesion alone without dragging others into it

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by NwaNimo1(m): 6:22pm On Mar 25, 2021

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by Ogbuu101: 6:54pm On Mar 25, 2021
hollah123:
don't b stupid,we ain't ready for seccesion n we ain't interested.
we are still interested in Nigeria for now,do your seccesion alone without dragging others into it
Islam man.
No throw bomb here ooo cheesy

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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by hollah123: 7:24pm On Mar 25, 2021
Ogbuu101:

Islam man.
No throw bomb here ooo cheesy
Igbos n their useless psychological blackmail,I am not surprised though,u call your fellow Igbos derogatory names once they ain't on the same page with u.

They quoted a Bible verse for an ipob miscreants n he said he doesn't respect Jesus cos he wasn't born during that time but Nnamdi Kanu is his own jesus
Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by cocolacec(m): 7:29pm On Mar 25, 2021
NwaNimo1:
The only obstacle......

[img]https://media./images/fc60d29b491774d6addabd1a2292cc16/tenor.gif[/img]

The only obstacle is the hunchback albino

Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by ZKOSOSO(m): 7:40pm On Mar 25, 2021
Thrash. Fully loaded thrash for AEPB or LAWMA...!!

Oduduwa Republic is a child of Necessity
Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by butterfly777(m): 8:18pm On Mar 25, 2021
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Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by festacman(m): 11:26am On Mar 27, 2021
Still on the matter.
Re: Obstacles, Which The Oduduwa Nation Agitators Must Overcome by kayusely70(m): 12:33pm On Nov 12, 2021
Sooner or later it would become a reality!

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