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Yoruba Nation: ‘1999 Constitution Illegal’ – Activists Demand Stop To Ekiti, Osun Elections

Yoruba Nation: ‘1999 Constitution Illegal’ – Activists Demand Stop To Ekiti, Osun Elections (Updated: 7 months ago)


Our Source reports that as part of the agitation for an independent Yoruba Nation and the dissolution of the amalgamation of Southern and Northern Nigeria, self-determination activists have filed two suits at Federal High Courts in Ado-Ekiti and Osogbo.

They want the judiciary to stop the forthcoming governorship elections in Ekiti and Ondo States scheduled for June and July respectively.

They are praying for a declaration that the current 1999 Constitution of Nigeria is illegal, invalid and of no effect whatsoever because no referendum was conducted before it was enacted.

The members of the umbrella body Ilana Omo Oodua (IOO) Worldwide filed the suit on Wednesday through their lawyer, Tolu Babaleye.

Details shortly…

Yoruba Nation: ‘1999 Constitution Illegal’ – Activists Demand Stop To Ekiti, Osun Elections

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