Yorubas in Kwara, Kogi ask Nass to merge them with south west states

As southern Kaduna demands state The Yoruba ethnic group in Kwara and Kogi states has demanded a merger with their kith and kin in the South-West region in Nigeria through boundary adjustment. According to the National President of the group, Pa Joseph Aderibigbe, who was the first Secretary to Kwara State Government when it was created in 1967, the group had submitted a memorandum to the 9th National Assembly’s Committee on Review of the Nigerian Constitution, with a demand for the merging of the Yoruba of Kwara and Kogi states with their kith and kin in the South-West Region through

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