Notable members of the Yoruba Self-Determination Struggle also known as Ilana Omo Oodua led by Femi Afolabi have rejected the resignations of Banji Akintoye as Leader and Wale Adeniran as Chairman.
Akintoye had on December 5, 2022, tendered his resignation letter as the leader of the group which led to the emergence of Adeniran as the new chairman, after which he tendered his resignation today.
Afolabi, at a media chat in Ibadan, however, insisted that the duo were still recognised as the leaders of the group.
He said Akintoye and Adeniran have contributed immensely to the struggle and still have a lot to contribute to the actualisation of Yoruba nation.
Afolabi then accused those he described as Pseudo Yoruba Nationalists of intention to malign and destroy the hard-earned reputation of the duo based on pedestrian allegations.