Popular Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho, has vowed there will be no elections come 2023.
Igboho made this declaration on Saturday in Ekiti state, where he stormed the rally for the creation of Oduduwa Republic.
He was received by thousands of residents and agitators in Ado Ekiti.
“We must stand up for our freedom because we have suffered enough in the hands of Fulani. We are Yoruba people and we must not be slaves in our own land.
“Enough is enough for the Fulani colonization in our land. We have all the natural resources but it is the Fulani people that is controlling it.
“It is enough. We have a lot of our youths that are graduate but no job for them , that should not be the case.
“This is the reason we said it is enough, we are not going to work with them. We will not vote in 2023,if there is no referendum, that is the truth. The election won’t hold.
“You can see what the criminal Fulani are doing in our land, killing us, kidnapping and raping our women.
“People can no longer go to farms for fear of being killed. As from today, we will begin to enter the bushes to chase out Fulani from our land. We don’t want them again,” Igboho said.