Nigeria: It’s another ‘JUNE 12’, & Yoruba Socio-Cultural Atayeṣe to Buhari – “it’s true federalism or nothing”


This year, we need to recommit ourselves to the Ọmọluabi values of personal integrity and public probity. The country is in the throes of inequity, iniquity and worrisome non-performance by a government to which so much has been given and from which so much is expected. We call on President Buhari to justify the hopes and faith reposed in him by millions of our people who voted him into Nigeria’s highest office, on the mantra of ‘CHANGE’.

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Today June 12, marks another anniversary- a remembrance of the tragic waste of Nigeria’s greatest opportunity for democratic consolidation.

The sacrifices that MKO Abiola like others before him made, will be in vain if Nigeria continues on its uncaring way and path to the failure of the state which we hope will be avoided by the opportunity of a Buhari government.

This year, we need to recommit ourselves to the Ọmọluabi values of personal integrity and public probity. The country is in the throes of inequity, iniquity and worrisome non-performance by a government to which so much has been given and from which so much is expected. We call on President Buhari to justify the hopes and faith reposed in him by millions of our people who voted him into Nigeria’s highest office, on the mantra of ‘CHANGE’.

We want to use this anniversary of June 12 to demand from President Buhari the change he and his team promised. In his business and political lives Abiola was daring, innovative and generous. We call on the President…

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