BREAKING: Banji Akintoye Resigns as Chairman As Crisis hits Southern, Middle Belt Alliance

Banji Akintoye

resigned as Chairman of the self-determination coalition

Ejes Gist News can authoritatively report that  Separatist leader has stepped down as Chairman of the (NINAS)

Prof. Akintoye’s Ilana Omo Oodua represents the Yoruba bloc, the Lower Niger Congress is represented by the South-East and South-South, and the Middle-Belt Rennaissance Movement is represented by the Middle-Belt Rennaissance Movement.

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Akintoye announced his resignation with immediate effect, accusing some NINAS leaders of having goals that are incompatible with self-determination.

Akintoye and 44 other leaders said the Yoruba bloc must leave the alliance to preserve its integrity, according to a statement released to the media on Tuesday.


“In light of the current development in the Yoruba Self-Determination struggle, particularly in Ilana Omo Oodua,” the statement reads in part, “it has become very necessary for the Yoruba people to dissociate themselves from the Alliance known as NINAS.”


Some of those with whom we align in NINAS, in our opinion, do not want the kind of self-determination that we, the Yoruba people, desire.”

As a result, we, the leadership of Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, would like to inform the general public that the Yoruba Bloc, led by Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, has withdrawn from the with immediate effect to preserve the integrity and honour of our Self-Determination agitation.”

“We express our gratitude to Mr. Tony Nnadi, the LNC’s Leader, for his contributions to the NINAS struggle since its inception. As most people in the Yoruba Self-Determination struggle have realized, the LNC is no longer working in tandem with our goal in Ilana Omo Oodua.

“Professor Adebanji Stephen Akintoye’s prestigious leadership of NINAS as Chairman, which he has provided since its inception, will come to an end on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 as a result of this development.

In addition, Ilana Omo Oodua has resigned from NINAS with immediate effect. This statement serves as a warning to all Yoruba people around the world who support the movement for Yoruba Nation Self-Determination at home and abroad.

“However, we are pleased to inform you that, following the completion of ongoing consultations with like-minded individuals across the South and Middle-Belt Regions, a more productive Wide-Alliance, to be known as the South and Middle-Belt People’s Sovereign Movement, will be officially inaugurated.”



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