Yoruba Nation Entrapped in Nigeria: The Sustenance Of Evil
By Adeola Aderounmu
I had great hope at the end of 2020 that Yoruba Nation would be established in 2021. Unfortunately, the journey to the realization of the Yoruba Nation was heavily impaired especially at the middle of the year-2021.
The slowness and the problems we have regarding the actualization of Yoruba Nation are related to the reasons why the green vegetables suffer in the hands of green pests. We have, sadly, uncountable bastards as Yoruba citizens. They are spread evenly across Yorubaland. The bastards are dominated by selfish politicians across all age groups. Some are well planted in the various Yoruba Nation groups. Some bastards are running other groups working aggressively to stop the efforts of Ilana Omo Yoruba.
By working against the liberation of the Yoruba race, these Yoruba bastards have helped to sustain evil perpetrated by the APC/PDP gangster coalition who captured and perpetrated the ruins on what is left of the failed country called Nigeria.
In early July 2021 the terrorist government of failed Nigeria led by one “Buhari” and a notorious Malami invaded the home of Sunday Adeyemo, an upright man fighting alongside Professor Akintoye and Dr. Adeniran for the liberation of the Yoruba race. In the process, the terrorists sent by Buhari and Malami killed at least 2 Yoruba citizens and dragged their bodies away in a pool of their blood. They arrested several others who spent several weeks in prison without trials.
The international criminal court has not yet issued a warrant of arrest or even thought of a trial for the terrorist acts committed by “Buhari” and Malami. In the world we live now, evil has risen so much that the voice of the innocent is on permanent mute. The voices of the good has become just “noise”.
I do not mean to repeat what is already know about terrorist-governed Nigeria. But it is of great concern that slavery got defined in a very special way in the land called Nigeria. The politicians irrespective of their ethnicity are united in the slavery business. They loot, steal, cheat, kill, maim and destroy all forms of lives, just to remain in power and to keep the wealth of the land in the hands of the elites.
Do you know that Nigeria is probably the worst country in the world today in many ways? It is surely the worst on the terrorism and poverty indexes. I am sure if you are reading this that you can find out more about Nigeria and how very unsafe it is to be/live in Nigeria.
Yea, I am aware of the business opportunities and the ways to become prosperous. The existence of thorny weeds and dangerous plants does not stop the existence of vegetables or edible wild fruits. Nature is like that. The sad truth about prospering in the failed country like Nigeria is that opportunities are not given on a plain level field. All government contracts today are given to politicians or their cronies. When people break into this evil circle, they declare prosperity (that they made it). Life is too short to fancy such rise of evil practices.
The Yoruba Nation will not be the best place to live in the world in one night. But it will remain the greatest hope of the Yoruba race if our children and unborn generations would ever occupy the glorious position that Eledumare bestowed on us. On a long term and on the long run, the Yoruba Nation will be the final option for the survival and the progress of the Yoruba race. Therefore, the emergence of the Yoruba Nation is not an option, it is a necessity for the glory of Yoruba and Yoruba Omo Oduduwa.
Every generation will get her chance to work together to achieve greatness. For Obasanjo and Tinubu’s generation, bread was more important than the greatness of the Yoruba race. For my generation, it also became clearer in 2021 that bread was more important than the glory of Yoruba- Omo Oduduwa. If not, we should have earned our independence and run our lives in line with the will of Eledumare.
We will enter 2022 living in a slave camp, a sort of modern concentration camp called Nigeria. But where there is life, there is hope. Our choices are clear: we must work together to leave Nigeria so that as individuals we can reach our potentials. We must work together to leave Nigeria so that as a people we can show the world who we are and make the world a better place for the unborn generations in Yorubaland and globally. We must work together in Yorubaland to protect our heritage, our culture, our gifts, our talents, and every other thing that Eledumare bestowed on us. We are the light of the world.
We are asking our generation to LOOK UP. Sooner or later, a certain generation will do. It is the only way to be free because history taught us that freedom is not given on a platter of gold.