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Oduduwa Republic: Seun Kuti reveals how Yorubas can leave Nigeria without war

  Seun Kuti, son of Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti, has suggested a way the Yoruba nation can actualize Oduduwa Republic.   Kuti said the So…

Seun Kuti, son of Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti, has suggested
a way the Yoruba nation can actualize Oduduwa Republic.

 

Kuti said the Southwest can break away from Nigeria through
a referendum.

 

The singer, who spoke during a live video on Instagram,
insisted that Nigeria can be divided without killings and war.

 

According to Kuti: “England just left the EU recently; did
they fight anyone before leaving? The Scottish are agitating to leave England.
Why are they not saying they want to fight war before they can leave England?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying these people don’t fight but understand the
narrative.

 

“Referendums now put the decision in the hands of the
people.

 

“If Nigeria truly wants to divide we must pose it in a
referendum program, yes or no vote to all the people in this country so that we
can make our argument for and against and the people would be carried along
every step of the way because we will need them to make the final decision.

 

“If the Yoruba people want to leave Nigeria, it is not
overnight. Anybody wey tell you say Yoruba people can leave Nigeria over a
ten-year period, that person is trying to put you in another long jump. Our
problem needs like fifty years of dedication to see front before everything
balance.”

 

“Even before we do constitutional conferences,
democratically in any country, before you do a constitutional review, you must
put it to the people, the people will now decide a yes or no vote for the
review before you carry your review forward.

 

“But when only a handful of people want to make decisions
for hundreds of millions of people, this is what you now get. Everybody is only
discussing one angle, one way of separating Nigeria which will kill millions of
us in the name of separating Nigeria.”

Sourced From Nigerian Music

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