Some Yoruba groups on the platform of Assembly of all Yoruba Groups Worldwide have set aside June 12 as the day of referendum for Yorubas on self-determination.
This was among resolutions reached at the meeting held at the Oyo State Secretariat, Ibadan, on Thursday, with the theme: “The Paramountcy of Yoruba Unity in Tackling The Insecurity Menace in Yorubaland.”
As contained in the communique read by Otunba Deji Osibogun, the meeting held that Yoruba self-determination is non-negotiable.
Noting various threat to security in Yoruba land, the meeting charged Yorubas, especially the elite, to return to protect their land.
The meeting also tasked every House of Assembly in the South West to pass a resolution on the state of insecurity in Yorubaland.
Furthermore, the Assembly called on members representing Yoruba constituencies in the Senate and House of Representatives to move a motion on insecurity in Yorubaland within the next 90 days, precisely June 25.
The meeting also urged Yoruba groups to organise relief materials for victims ravaged by Fulani.
This is as all Yoruba groups were charged to make unity of purpose their guiding principle, while a Yoruba Central Coordinating Council has been proposed.