The Issues From Awolowo Era Have Not Been Resolved With Other Tribes – Sowunmi

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According to the report from the Vanguard, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, Otunba Segun Sowunmi highlights the unresolved issues from the Awolowo era, which have led to a strained relationship between the Yorubas and the Igbos, noting that the efforts of prominent Yoruba leaders like Obasanjo and Pa Adebanjo have helped bridge the gap.

He cautions against breaking the long-standing understanding between the Yorubas and the northern region, given the crucial support that the north provided in the past election, especially against candidates Atiku and Kwankwaso.

He suggests that preserving the alliance between these groups is crucial for maintaining stability and harmony in the country.

He said, “The issues from the Awolowo era have not been resolved with other tribes, especially the Igbos who to date see Yorubas in a bad light but for the efforts of men like Obasanjo, Pa Adebanjo and to a lesser extent myself who have demanded that fair is fair. Will you now break a long-term understanding between Yorubas and the north because you are now acting like you won’t respect people who supported you to the max, especially against their bothers Atiku and Kwankwaso.” 

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