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Soun Ajagungbade III exemplified rare Yoruba traditional monarchy
Mourns his passing Afenifere Renewal Group (ARG) has condoled with the immediate family, royal lineage, and the entire people of Ogbomoso on the passing of His Royal Majesty, the Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Jimoh Oladunni Oyewumi, Ajagungbade III, whose death was announced early today. ARG in a statement signed by its publicity secretary, Kunle Famoriyo, paid […]
We reiterate that the acceptable Yoruba socio-political leadership is one that should protect the social welfare, interests, and values of the people. We demand, therefore, that our elected officials comport themselves as representatives elected to advance the interests of their people and not project themselves as pursuing only their selfish interests or as mere appointees of the Federal Government.
ARG to MACBAN: there is no indigenous Fulani in Yorubaland
The claim that some Fulani people do not know any other place as their ancestry other than their place of birth owes its plot to mischief, deliberate distortion of facts, and a devilish plan to warp the indigenous demography of Southwest Nigeria.
ARG mourns Sen. Biyi Durojaiye
Afenifere Renewal Group is saddened by the news of the demise of Senator Biyi Durojaiye, which according to reports happened in the early hours of today. Senator Durojaiye lived a fulfilled life by all known standards of living and we are grateful to God for this. We are however saddened that his dream for country […]
ARG charges Alaafin, Ooni with convocation of Yoruba leadership meeting
If there will be any saving grace for Yoruba people with respect to managing and averting the impact of crises of governance in Nigeria, the preeminent traditional institutions, especially the Alaafin and Ooni, must work together to mobilise Yoruba people to take proactive steps.
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