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An agitating group under Oduduwa Nation has launched a new currency ahead of their planned one million global man-march scheduled to hold 1 October 2020.
Included in the viral video sent to SCANNEWS24 are Coat of Arms, International Passport, and other striking insignia.
The areas mapped out to be part of the Yoruba Republic include Akoko Edo, Ekiti, Itshekiri, Kwara, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Okun, Osun, and Oyo.
Yoruba secessionist group had on 12 August 2020 announced to hold a global 50 million man-march come 1 October 2020, urged the general public to partake from their respective place of residence.
The group in a separate report said they are working in the same view with the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in making sure every Indigenous ethnic group manage their resources.
The released currency which appears like a pilot design is inscribed most Yoruba cultural heritage under ‘Bank of Oduduwa’.
Notes made available include 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 Odua currencies.
Just like IPOB, the Oduduwa agitating secessionists believe that the group’s sovereignty is ‘not negotiable’.
IPOB members have faced strict clamped down by Nigeria security agencies since the beginning of their agitation, however, the government at the center believed they are a terrorist organization that the International community has not implemented.
If both regional calls for sovereign nations intensify Nigeria coexistence could be threatened and other minor regions like Middle Belt may be tempted to join.
However, the rising agitations need the federal government soft approach, going by negotiation than amassing security operatives against protesters.