A Second Republic senator and President-General of the Yoruba World Congress (YWC), Prof. Banji Akintoye, has stated that the Yoruba nation has been recognised as the 45th member by the Unrepresented Nations and People’s Organization (UNPO).
Akintoye, who said this in a statement announcing the membership of the international body, said the latest development represents a very important step in the collective quest of well-meaning Yoruba people to achieve the goal of dignity.
He said the membership of UNPO offers the Yoruba nation a solid voice on the international stage via the machinery of the international body which maintains a permanent presence before the United Nations, the European Union, and the United States of America.
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