Language is a form of colonialism.
The Igbo called Lagos “a no man’s land.”
We did not kill them like the Hausa/Fulani. We simply formulated a policy for them to speak and write in Yoruba language before they can live, work or get an education in Yorubaland.
They claimed to have purchased all the land in Yorubaland. We are going on another policy initiative that will make all Igbo living in Yorubaland to be leaseholders and not land owners.
All the properties held by the Igbo and non-Yoruba in Yorubaland will be by lease for 25 years only. Later on and after the 25 year period has expired, they shall pay land rental to the original owner of the land, yearly if they wish to keep their properties.
The Igbo has continued to operate with the Hausa/Fulani since 1959 to subjugate the Yoruba nation and her people.
They forged a coalition government with the Hausa/Fulani in 1959 and by 1963 they jailed Awolowo for 10 years and divided Western Region into two. They then operated with the Hausa/Fulani in 1993 to annul the June 12 presidential election won by MKO Abiola. And again in alliance with the Hausa/Fulani in 1999 to rigged out Falae for Obasanjo.
Today, their children will learn to write and speak Yoruba or crawl back to Igboland.
In the months to come, all non-Yoruba in Yorubaland will become leaseholders and not land owners.
The generation before us did not revenge over the murder of Akintola by the Igbo in January 1966; the killing of Fajuyi in July 1966 by the Hausa/Fulani and the murder of Abiola in 1998 by the Hausa/Fulani. My generation will revenge for every Yoruba killed or murdered by the Igbo and the Hausa/Fulani.
We warn, before we harm.
The Igbo must support the political aspirations of the Yoruba to control its ports, waterways and all the taxes generated in Yorubaland, otherwise they shall be treated in the like manner the white in America in 1942 treated the Japanese living in America.
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