Ambode last week Thursday took the bold step by signing the bill into law, making it possible for Lagosians to promote and propagate the Yoruba Language
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The group, in a statement on Monday by its spokesman, Otunba Femi Davies, said it was saddening that despite the havoc being wrecked by the Fulani herdsmen almost on daily basis, nothing had been done to check their destructive activities.
In a statement issued by the group after its emergency meeting in Lagos on Thursday, the group said any attempt to circumvent the wishes of the people as contained in the report of the 2014 Constitutional Conference by any guise will fail.
The Yoruba group also called for sincerity from the Federal Government in fashioning a way for the country out of its present fragile state.
“By next year, the jostle for political positions will begin, we need to come together to see how our collective interests will be projected and protected. Yorubas should stop pretending that all is well while our physical, structural and moral values continue to nose dive while the political class continue to protect their pocket and the people wallow in penury.”