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Some leaders of Yoruba race on Wednesday advised governors within the South West Nigeria to see agricultural manufacturing as an essential engagement.

The leaders famous that the six governors within the area, Seyi Makinde (Oyo) Adegboyega Oyetola (Osun), Dapo Abiodun (Ogun), Babajide SanwoOlu (Lagos), Kayode Fayemi (Ekiti) and Rotimi Akeredolu (Ondo) ought to see agriculture as an essential engagement.

They spoke via a communique issued after a pan Yoruba Congress held in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

The assembly was attended by Governor Seyi Makinde, Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yoruba land, Chief Gani Adams, Chief Deji Osibogun and Professor Soji Adejumo amongst others.

The Yoruba leaders whereas talking declared their help for the creation of Amotekum corps within the South West Nigeria which is aimed to sort out insecurity within the area.

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In addition they declared their help for the adoption of Yoruba anthem.

They urged different states within the area to with out losing extra time, emulate Osun and Ondo states that had adopted the Yoruba anthem.

The communique mentioned, “That agriculture ought to not be seen as an element time vocation however an essential engagement to be taken critically and inspired by South West governments.

“That the nation ought to as a matter of utmost urgency hint her steps again to true and useful federalism as a panacea to rigidity and distrust within the nation if the nation is critical about remaining an indivisible complete.

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“That the most important financial spine of our race bequeathed to us by our founding fathers -Oodua funding ought to be revamped, reinvigorated and operative by the federal government of the South West.

“That the Yoruba nation notes with dismay normal state of insecurity within the nation and the ancestral area of Yoruba nation particularly, a state of affairs that has compelled a rigorous interrogation of our state of affairs.

“That the Yoruba nation is presently dwelling in a time of dangerous metaphors because of the nearly irreversible abyss of disparity on account of instances of every day incessant insecurity.

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