The coalition, made up of concerned civil society groups in Lagos State also said that such protest would be hijacked again by hoodlums to unleash mayhem on Nigerians and residents of the state.
The group said this in a statement by its Chairman and Publicity Secretary of the Coordinating Committee, Comrades Dayo Ogunlana and Dele Daramola, on Tuesday.
The Coalition of Odua Self-Determination Group at the weekend called on a political activist, Yinka Odumakin, to desist from his…
COSEG reached this conclusion after an emergency meeting of the coalition in Lagos on Tuesday, where issues bothering on the 2015 elections were discussed and the recent walk carried out by “militia groups” in Lagos on Monday
The group stated that several conferences of the Yoruba people, well organised and publicised before arriving at what is now known as the Yoruba Agenda were held, stressing that delegates must strive to see to its actualisation at the ongoing national conference