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GRV: History is important and for the sake of future generations, we are constrained to set the record straight By FFK


I make no apology for saying the following.


Lagos is NOT no-man’s land. It belongs to the Yoruba. Other than winning the Presidency, the most important thing for the Yoruba to do today is to ensure that Babajide Sanwo-Olu is re-elected as Governor of Lagos state.


Outside of that we are finished as a race and as a people.







The Labour Party candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, whose mother and wife are Igbo and who is running a patently anti-Yoruba and pro-Igbo campaign, is one of those that burnt properties and buses during the Endsars riots.







He is also in bed with IPOB and is hell bent on imposing an unashamedly Igbo agenda on the people of Lagos state including removing all our Yoruba traditional rulers and imposing Igbo ones.


Would the Igbo allow any Yoruba man to do such a thing in the east?



Our liberalism and willingness to accommodate others has become our biggest albatross.


We gave them land, food and shelter and now they want to take everything from us and rule over us.


They have even infiltrated our Churches and introduced a brand of religious intolerance which is alien to us.


They want to deny us that which our forefathers built, fought and died for and they want to decimate our identity and redefine who we are!


Please take this very seriously and take note that it is beyond politics.


Lagos is for Lagosians and Lagosians are YORUBA!


We welcome visitors and strangers with love, kindness and open arms because that is our nature but we will never let them rule over us in our fathers land, take our land and territory and deprive us of our patrimony, heritage and ancestry.


Anything short of this would be an abomination and would attract the wrath and curse of God.


We know who we are and we know what is ours. Nothing and nobody will take that from us.


It is time to reclaim Lagos and the first step to doing that is to vote for Jide in the Governorship election on Saturday.


I call on all sons and daughters of the West and all true friends of Lagos and the West to come out and vote for Jide and the APC on that day.


Permit me to add the following.



I have spoken up for the Ibo probably more than any other non-Ibo in my generation over the years and in the recent past and I did so when most people remained silent and watched them suffer the most extreme form of persecution, wickedness and barbarity.


I am also one of those that believes strongly in the ‘handshake across the Niger’ and I enunciated my position boldly and clearly at the famous Enugu conference in 2018 when others were scared to speak.


Finally my belief in the concepts of restructuring, self-determination, equity and justice remain unshakable.


I also remain a strong advocate of the unity and indissolable fabric of our rainbow coalition and beautiful union and our quest to establish an exemplary and enviable multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious nation where every individual, regardless of tribe or faith, finds a place under the sun.


That is the sacred vision of our forefathers and it is for that vision and preservation of the unity of that unique and marvellous rainbow coalition and great nation of bright and beautiful ethnic nationalities that millions of people died during our civil war.


A heavy price was paid for our unity and the butchers bill for the preservation of our union was very high.

That is all the more reason why we should preserve it at all costs so as not to belittle and mock the sacrifices made by so many and the oceans of blood that was shed to keep us one.


Nigeria is a great, powerful and beautiful nation with so much potential and we shall do all we can to make her even greater and better by striving to live in pace and unity with one another.


However this does not mean that we can take each other for granted or treat one another with contempt.

This does not mean that we must indulge in grabbing the land and coveting the homes of others in the name unity.

This does not mean that we are a nation of anything goes where only the loudest, strongest and most aggressive have their way or where anarchy, ignorance, fascism, ethnic nationalism, racial hegemony, primitive irredentism and barefaced domination reigns supreme.


This does not mean that we will tolerate and allow others to re-echo the expansionist dreams and divisive and weighty words of the late jurist, mamber of the Legislative Council and Ibo nationalist Charles Daddy Onyeama (the distinguished and respected father of our Foreign Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama) in 1945 when he told the Ibo State Union at the Island Club in Lagos that “the Ibo domination of Nigeria is only a matter of time” .

The angst and fears of the Yorubas, Hausa Fulani, Ijaw and other non-Ibos that heard those words at that time were further fuelled and re-kindled four years later in 1949 when, again in Lagos, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe himself, the Ibo leader of the NCNC, a great nationalist and the man who was almost elected Premier of the old Western Region and was later elected Premier of the old Eastern Region said,

“it would appear that the God of Africa has specially created the Ibo nation to lead the children of Africa from the bondage of the ages”.

I guess little has changed over the last 78 years when it comes to the desire of some to want to dominate others, lead them by force and take over their land and all that is theirs.

How sad that is.

Finally this does not mean that I will sit by silently or idly and accept the absurd notion, emotional blackmail and intellectual tomfoolery of those that say that Lagos, my Lagos, the city that I come from, that I was born in, that I grew up in, that I lived in for most of my life, that my parents and grandparents were buried in and that God-willing, when my time comes, I shall also be buried in, is a ‘no man’s land’ .


Lagos may be an increasingly racial and cultural melting pot but she is NOT a no man’s land.


The history is clear. Lagos is Yoruba territory and she constitutes a vital and integral part of the South Western states of Nigeria and the Yoruba nation.


Whether anyone likes to hear it or not this is an incontrovertible fact.

As Yorubas she is our pride and joy, our shining city on a hill, our New Jerusalem and a stellar example and reflection of our liberal, cosmopolitan, civil, accommodating and generous disposition to strangers and outsiders who, over the last few decades, have made her their home.


Yet no matter how kind and accommodating we Yorubas are as a people and no matter how many non-Yorubas we integrate with, we shall NEVER conceed one inch of our territory to them or allow them to claim our land, culture, values, patrimony and heritage as their own.


The day I, as a Yoruba man, can claim that Enugu belongs to me or that I can safely open a stall in Enugu market or that I can become Governor of Enugu state is the day that I shall review my position. Until then I will not do so.


Permit me to conclude with the following.


I am a proud father of 9 children, 6 of whom have mothers that are not Yoruba and 3 of whom have a mother that is only half Yoruba.


This proves that I am an intergrationist and I believe in building bridges and creating a society which allows for and encourages the mixing of ethnic bloodlines, racial tolerance and peaceful co-existence.


l am a liberal and I do not believe that it is right or proper for one race or ethnic nationality to look down on or discriminate against another. In my view we are all one, regardless of which ethnic nationality you come from or which faith you espouse.


However this does not mean that I am prepared to sacrifice my racial and cultural identity on the alter of historical revisionism. The history is clear and the facts speak for themselves.


For a non-Yoruba and particularly an Ibo to claim that Lagos belongs to them or that she is a ‘no man’s land’ is not only absurd but also deeply insulting.


Each time they say it they are slapping us in the face and spitting on the graves of our reverred forefathers.











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Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*



Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*

Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*




Government would continue to provide public goods at a level necessary to ensure a globally comepetitve economy and and a well functioning society. But in reality, the government would need the support of spirited individuals to lend weight to the socio-economic development of the state.







The Commissioner for finance and the Chief economic adviser of the state, Mr Dapo Okubadejo in his bid to give back to his immediate society recently supported the Gov Dapo Abiodun led admisnistartion by donating school bags and other education materials to students in the state.






Mr Okubadejo, who hailed from Ijebu Ode had sometimes in January 2023 donated 2,500 school bags, covering 49 primary schools, and 27 Junior secondary schools in Ijebu-Ode local government area of the state.





Speaking at the event, Okubadejo said the donation was in line with the education policy of Gov Abiodun, stressing that more support will come the way of both primary and secondary scools in the area.

The finance commissioner also disclosed his plans to initiate regular scholarship programmes to indigents students, while he also promised to offsets payments of WAEC fees to alleviate the burden of some parents having financial constriants.

The donation anchored through the Ministray of Education, Science and Technology equally involved schools of children with special needs.

Prof Abayomi Arigbabu, the Ogun state Commissioner for education, science and technology, in his remarks said the govrnment of Prince Dapo Abiodun has done more in the educational sector and will continue to give the sector an utmost priority among others.





Arigbabu, as well as the Permanent Secretary in the ministry lauded the contribution of the Finance Commissioner, stressing that the donation will motivate the learner to be more diligent in their studies.



Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*

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Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?



Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?

Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?






The newly elected first minister of Scotland,  Humza Yousaf has vowed to push for another referendum seeking independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom.









New SNP leader Humza Yousaf has said he will ask for a Section 30 order “straight away” just hours after it was announced he would take over the top job from Nicola Sturgeon.












Mr Yousaf, who has been Scottish health secretary since 2021, will be formally elected by MSPs as Scotland’s sixth first minister on Tuesday.








Meanwhile, popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele had prophesied severally that Scotland will break out from Scotland. He noted that the UK will be faced with a crisis and that the nation will break.



Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?




Recently in an interview with Tribune newspaper, Primate Ayodele reiterated his prophecy concerning the UK and maintained that Scotland will push to come out of the United Kingdom.






‘’The United States will not always retain its unity, especially from California. California will experience some natural disaster that will sweep many away. The US will rely heavily on California because of its economic buoyancy. Satan will fight California. Also the United Kingdom’s unity will not survive the next 20 years. Scotland will push to come out of the United Kingdom.’’














Also, in his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nations (2020/2021 edition), Primate Ayodele had mentioned that Scotland will strive to break out of the United Kingdom due to economic issues.







‘’UNITED KINGDOM: The country will have so many things to do, there will be flooding in the United Kingdom and extreme heat and strange flies. The country due to Brexit will be having problems. Scotland will strive to get out of UK as UK will face some economic challenges and they will want to protest against the prime minister.’’








The declaration of the new first minister, Humza Yousaf is in tandem with the prophecy of Primate Ayodele regarding the independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom. Will it finally come to pass at the end of the day? Fingers crossed.

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