YOV: ‘Buhari’s administration spreading pain, misery’ – Nexus News

Yoruba One Voice (YOV) has stated that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has succeeded in dispersing pain, misery and increased insecurity.

The group, in a statement by its Secretary-General, Dr. Sina Okanlomo, in celebration of the first anniversary of the group’s global rally to solicit for the actualisation of Yoruba nation, discharged the October 1 national broadcast by Buhari, stating that the two major reference of the administration’s successes were the torture of Nnamdi Kanu and his illegal and forceful repatriation from Kenya to Nigeria, as well as the violent and unlawful invasion of the premises of Chief Sunday Adeyemo a.k.a Sunday Igboho.

“Between October last year and now, nothing positive has come out of the Buhari-led administration. Up until now, national wealth is still being diverted in obscene ways to cater for the needs of Fulani in foreign countries, where petroleum refineries, railroads and other developmental infrastructure built with Nigerian money have become the norm. All these were done without recourse to national security, other than the evil plan to relocate national wealth for selfish use.

“We must rise against any form of coercion regarding economic or social enslavement. We must collectively and roundly denounce the e-naira project. It is nothing more than a conduit for illegal data mining, designed to aggregate personal data for selfish use.”

He, therefore, commended the patriotic spirit of the Yoruba nation agitators, stating that such efforts would not go unnoticed.

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