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See Why only Alaafin, Obong are Constitutionally Empowered to Lead Southern Struggle for Dissolution of Nigeria

  • No one can call for dissolution of Nigeria except “Alaafin Of Oyo” and “Obong Of Calabar” who are constitutionally empowered to lead the struggle of southern independence, prince oba-Loye Adimula has said.
Adimula opined that, It is really common sense to understand that no one can call for dissolution of what they are never part of its existence!
Prince Oba-Loye Adimula who wrotw on his social media page believed that Professor Akintoye, the proclaimed Leader of the Oduduwa Independence struggle need to seek the support of the foremost Monarch, Alaafin of Oyo to agree on the paradigm shift in the existence of agreement signed by his Ancestor.
According to him, Alaafin of Oyo can now link with Obong of Calabar with the support of other Oodua Obas and constitutional Lawyers in Oodua land to seek the review of documents purportedly signed on behalf of Southern Indigenous People of Nigeria.
“Consequently, ‘Alaafin of Oyo’ coordinates all Oodua Obas and Constitutional lawyers within Southern-Western Area; While ‘Obong of Calabar’ coordinates that of Southern-Eastern Region Royal fathers and Constitutional Lawyers in the Area!”
He noted that anything fall short of the above propositions, may likely spell doom, Which will turned to horrible scenario and pitiable efforts on the Part of Independence Campaigners and innocent Southerners… that will be Matched with serious power of excessive Incumbency.
“We must understand that awarding of Rail-Line Linking from Kano in Nigeria into Capital of Niger Republic and closure of Oodua Boarder against their families in Benin Republic, Togo and Serria Leone remained a dangerous pointer to Fulani Slavery advancement at this period” Prince Oba-Loye Adimula said.
He wrote further:
Below facts are important to note. Also, treaty signed between British and Alaafin of Oyo in 1893 needs to be constitutionally analyse altogether. While, systematic approach towards Oodua independent would save thousands of people within us.
Please WARN and TAG any Agitators that you know or related to you not to die anyhow and all sincere negotiations are better channeled as proposed above.
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Only 6 Nigerians Signed The Amalgamation Document In 1914;
1.HRH Maiturare Sarkin Mussulumi and Sultan of Sokoto
2. Usuman Dan Maje who later became Emir of Kano
3. Sir Kitoyi Ajasa (lawyer)
4. HIM Oladigbolu Alaafin of Oyo
5. HRH R Henshaw (Obong of Calabar)
6. Abubakar Shehu of Borno
VENUE: Zungeru, Niger State (The Capital of the British Protectorate of Northern Nigeria  1902 – 1916
Total: 28
22 British
6 Nigerians
  1. Amalgation Document
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