Iba Gani reveals what will happen to anyone who declares war in Yoruba land without an authorization

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As of late, the head of the OPC and the Are Ona Kankanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, discussed the security circumstance of Nigeria, particularly what is happening in the Yoruba land.

As indicated by him, said numerous Nigerians have been censuring him for not being defensive enough for his Yoruba individuals in a video shared on social media, and there numerous things which the Nigerians don’t think about announcing war, he said he will examine it.

He began thus: ” Many Nigerians that are blaming me that I’ve not been active enough do not the meaning of war declaration in the Yoruba

You as a leader must not jump to a conclusion without carrying some gigantic Yoruba leader along, you must not act according to how people push you to do something, If Yoruba did not tell you to declare war and you go ahead and declare the war, you will be used to for its sacrifices.

Those are the things I’ve learned while dealing with my Yoruba people.

For instance, when we were trying to build Amotekun, that time the marauders have started killing our people from some side of the country. So, I wrote letters to all the Yoruba state governors, but none of them responded.

I wrote the letters for the second time, yet no response.

Later, I resolved to write letters to the kings, in which it was the king of Ilaro that responded by sending a letter to the Ogun state governor before other governors intervene.

In the process, of bringing Yorubas together to build Amotekun, it was another Yoruba man which I won’t mention that stood against.

Now that Amotekun has come to stay, one must not just declare war like that, one needs to still consult some leaders so that one will not end e blaming himself.”

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