BREAKING: Yoruba Nation Agitators Storm UN Headquarters In New York

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  • Yoruba Nation agitators have stormed the UN Headquarters in New York.

EKOHOTBLOG reports that Yoruba Nation agitators and other self-determination groups, on Tuesday, stormed the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York, United States.

The Chairman of Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS), Professor Banji Akintoye, had earlier declared that a Million-Man Freedom March would hold opposite the UN Headquarters in New York from 14th to 24th September 2021.

Akintoye said the protest is meant to show to the world the genocide being perpetrated by murderous herdsmen in the name of grazing in the South and Middle-Belt of Nigeria.

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According to PUNCH, the renowned Historian said the people of the South and Middle-Belt want to show to the world the crimes against humanity, attacks on press freedom, free speech, and other criminalities being aided by the Buhari-led government of Nigeria.

The octogenarian scholar stated that the indigenous people within the NINAS Territories shall also be demanding the conduct of a regional referendum so that the people can decide on their nationhood.

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NINAS is the umbrella body for self-determination groups in the South and Middle-Belt of Nigeria with Ilana Omo Oodua representing the Yoruba Land, Lower Niger Congress representing the South-South and South East, and Middle-Belt Rennaissance Movement representing the Middle Belt Region.

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